This book provides a legal, economic and policy analysis of Public Private Partnerships. It is designed as a text for students at university level, but also for lawyers, procurement officials and policy-makers. The book consists of an EU, a WTO and a Chinese legal perspective. As explained on the cover page, the book was prepared as a part of a collaborative project in higher education, the EU Asia Inter University Network for Teaching and Research in Public Procurement Regulation 2009-2011, funded by the EU. This project involved several universities in Europe and Asia and has sought to promote and support the teaching of public procurement in Europe, Asia and globally. This text is one of five books produced under the auspices of the project that are designed to be used as resources in the teaching of public procurement law and regulation.
|Forlag||Copenhagen Business School, CBS|
|Status||Udgivet - 2010|
|Navn||The EU Asia Inter University Network for Teaching and Research in Public Procurement Regulation|
Bibliografisk noteThis material was produced with the financial assistance of the EU. The contents of the materials are the sole responsibility of the members of the consortium involved in the EU Asia Inter University Network for Teaching and Research in Public Procurement Regulation and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union.
The EU Asia Inter University Network for Teaching and Research in Public Procurement Regulation was led by University of Nottingham (Project leader: Professor Sue Arrowsmith) and the other consortium members are: Copenhagen Business School, the University of Copenhagen, the Central University of Finance and Economics (Beijing), Xinjiang University, andthe University of Malaya.
Tvarnø, C. D. (red.) (2010). Public-Private Partnerships: An International Analysis - from a Legal and Economic Perspective. Frederiksberg: Copenhagen Business School, CBS. The EU Asia Inter University Network for Teaching and Research in Public Procurement Regulation