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Discretion in EU Public Procurement Law
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Provides clear, structured analysis of public procurement law in the European Union

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PART I INTRODUCTION 1. The 'Age of Discretion': Understanding the Scope and Limits of Discretion in EU Public Procurement Law Sanja Bogojevic, Xavier Groussot and Joergen Hettne PART II DISCRETION IN EU INTERNAL MARKET LAWS 2. EU Law on Public Procurement: Internal Market Law Made Better Stephen Weatherill 3. The Drivers and Boundaries of Discretion in the Award of Public Contracts Christopher H Bovis 4. Some Reflections on the 'Artificial Narrowing of Competition' as a Check on Executive Discretion in Public Procurement Albert Sanchez-Graells 5. The Obligation of Transparency in EU Public Procurement Law Angelica Ericsson and Xavier Groussot PART III DISCRETION IN PURSUING STRATEGIC GOALS UNDER THE EU PUBLIC PROCUREMENT REGIME 6. Contracting Authorities and Strategic Goals of Public Procurement - A Relationship Defined by Discretion? Marta Andhov 7. Public Procurement and European Standards: Fair Competition or Limits to Discretion? Joergen Hettne 8. Mapping Public Procurement and Environmental Law Intersections in Discretionary Space Sanja Bogojevic PART IV DISCRETION IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT REGIMES BEYOND THE EU 9. Discretion, Divergence, Paradox: Public and Private Supply Chain Standards on Human Rights Claire Methven O'Brien and Olga Martin-Ortega 10. EU and US Discretion in Public Procurement Law: The Role of Eco-Labels and Life-Cycle Costing Jason J Czarnezki 11. Regulating Procurement by European Research Infrastructure Consortia (ERICs) and the Exemption for International Organisations Ohad Graber-Soudry PART V LOOKING AHEAD 12. Looking Ahead: A 'New Age' of Proportionality? Sanja Bogojevic, Xavier Groussot and Joergen Hettne

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Sanja Bogojevic is Fellow and Associate Professor of Law, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford. Xavier Groussot is Professor of EU Law, Law Faculty, Lund University. Joergen Hettne is an Associate Professor of EU Law Department of Business Law, School of Economics and Management, Lund University.

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