• Erscheinungsweise vierteljährlich
  • ca. 60 Seiten
  • ISSN 2194-7376
  • Sprache: englisch

Issue 2/2019 – Current Landscapes of Public Procurement and PPPs

Issue 2-2019 of the European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review is now available to subscribers. It brings a range of authoritative contributions to current debates in the procurement world: the final part of the study on Implementation of e-Procurement in Portugal, a detailed exposition of The Cayman Islands New Public Procurement Legal Framework, an in-depth discussion of Horizontal Policies in Public Procurement, a comparative study on the Rule of Law and Disclosure Rules in Romania and Poland, and an expert Opinion on Unsolicited Proposals for PPPs in Developing Economies.

This issue also features a detailed analytic Case Annotation on Case C-144/17Lloyd’s of London.

Our Country Reports section has the latest developments in:

 

View all articles of EPPPL 2/2019.

Become an author for EPPPL and view our Call for Papers

About EPPPL - European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review

Procurement procedures and Public-Private Partnerships are two major legal and policy instruments regulating the relationship between the public and private sectors in terms of procedural and substantive issues, required for the effective and efficient delivery of public services. Since 2006 the European Procurement and Public Private Partnership Law Review (EPPPL) has been committed to observe and comment on relevant national, EU and international legal and policy developments informing and shaping Public Procurement and PPPs.

Aims & Scope

EPPPL is a blind peer-reviewed international academic journal that publishes original academic articles, research papers and contributions on contemporary legal and policy developments in European Union and International Public Procurement and Public Private Partnerships.

Topics covered by the journal include:

  • national, EU and international Public Procurement and PPP legal reforms;
  • Sustainable, Responsible and Strategic Public Procurement;
  • compliance with EU Public Procurement, Utilities and Concessions Directives;
  • implementation of EU rules in the Member States;
  • detection of fraud, corruption and anti-competitive behaviour;
  • interdisciplinary aspects of Procurement and PPP Law (Brexit, Competition and State aid Law, EU funds management etc.)

All manuscripts will be subject to blind peer-review prior to publication and are required to conform to the author guidelines.

Citation and Indexing

EPPPL is abstracted & indexed widely in research platforms, including:

EPPPL’s Target Audience

Since 2006 EPPPL has been growing into the leading platform for academics, policy-makers and practitioners across Europe and beyond to share and sharpen their expertise in Public Procurement and Public Private Partnership law.

EPPPL’s Structure

Thanks to EPPPL’s diverse editorial board and country correspondents as well as expert authors handpicked upon the quality of their contributions, the law journal is able to offer insightful legal analysis, concise and informative reports and guidance to finding workable solutions in matters related to Public Procurement and Public-Private Partnerships.

Editors

Managing Editor

Christopher Bovis, University of Hull

Editorial Board

Anne van Aaken, University of St. Gallen
Hans Wilhelm Alfen, Bauhaus University, Weimar
Andrea Biondi, King’s College, London
Michael Bowsher, Monckton Chambers, London
Martin Burgi, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Michael Burnett, European PPP Forum, Maastricht
Dacian C. Dragos, Babes Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
Steven van Garsse, PPP Knowledge Center of the Flemish Government, Antwerp
Alberto Germani, PPP Advisor of UAE, Member of UNECE PPP Team of Specialist, Abu Dhabi
Friedrich Ludwig Hausmann, PWC, Berlin
Herwig Hofmann, University of Luxembourg
Christian Koenig, University of Bonn, Centre for European Integration Research, Bonn
Bertrand du Marais, Conseil d’État, Paris
Matthias Petschke, European Commission, Brussels
Stephan Rechten, Beiten Burkhardt Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin
Piet Jan Slot, Leiden University
Tobias Traupel, Representation of Rhineland – Palatinate to the Federal Government and the EU, Brussels
Christopher R. Yukins, George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C.

Case Law Editor

Paweł Nowicki, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun

Executive Editor

Caio Weber Abramo, Lexxion Publisher, Berlin

Country Correspondants

Austria Martin Oder, Haslinger/Nagele & Partner, Vienna
Baltic Countries Deividas Soloveičikas, Vilnius University, Faculty of Law
Belgium Constant De Koninck, Senior Auditor, Belgian Court of Audit
Cayman Island
Laura Panadès-Estruch,  Truman Bodden Law School, Cayman Islands
Cyprus Demetris Savvides, Blars Ltd
Czech Republic Robert Krč, University of West Bohemia, Plzeň
Denmark Martin André Dittmer, Gorrissen Federspiel, Copenhagen
France David Hartmann, Bastian, Marciet & Associés
Greece Spyros Panagopoulos, Panagopoulos & Partners – Law Firm
Hungary Tünde Tátrai, Corvinus University of Budapest
Italy Luca Pardi, Partner, Studio Legale Associato a Watson, Farley & Williams, Rome
Luxembourg Quentin Hubeau, Sedlo Jimenez Lunz Law Firm
Portugal Pedro Melo, PLMJ – A. M. Pereira, Sáragga Leal,
Oliveira Martins, Júdice e Associados, Lisbon
Romania Ioan Baciu, Rubin Meyer Doru & Trandafir, Bucharest
Serbia Branimir Blagojevic, Republic Commission for Protection of Rights
Slovakia Peter Hodal, White & Case, Bratislava
Slovenia Petra Ferk, Graduate School of Government and European Studies, Institute for Public-Private Partnership
Spain Miguel Ángel Bernal Blay, Faculty of Law, University of Zaragoza
Sweden Tobias Indén, Umeå University, Umeå
Switzerland Peter Hettich, University of St Gallen
The Netherlands Jan M. Hebly, Houthoff Buruma / Leiden University
United Kingdom Nick Maltby, Lawyer
Ukraine Irina Zapatrina, National Trade and Economy University, Kiev

 

Cases for Annotation

We invite expert authors to submit annotations on major Cases related to Public Procurement from the CJEU. Only authors who contact us in advance will be reserved a case. Send an email to the Case Law Editor Paweł Nowicki at pnowicki@law.umk.pl.

We are currently seeking notes on the following judgments:

Case Number Case Name/Parties
C-318/15 Tecnoedi Costruzioni
C-387/14 ESAPROJEKT
C-549/14 Finn Frogne
C-171/17 Commission v Hungary
C-406/14 Miasto Wroclaw v Minister Infrastruktury i Rozwoju
C-388/17 Konkurrensverket v SJ AB
C-266/17 and C-267/17 Rhein-Sieg-Kreis
C-697/17 Telecom Italia
C-285/18 Irgita (pending)

This list is updated frequently. Feel free to propose annotations on other cases of relevance as well.

National Cases

EPPPL also accepts annotations on relevant cases from national jurisdictions.

Suitable national cases are those that, for example: may have a trans-national effect(esp. EU level), offer a novel or unique interpretation or application of EU rules, show a shift in jurisprudence in the particular court or country, deal with a special/rare set of circumstances etc.

Contact us to discuss any of these possibilities!

28. Februar 2019

Issue 1/2019 – Risk, Civil Society and Innovation in Public Procurement

The European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review greets 2019 with its first issue, bringing insights into the major topics of the field. Our expert authors tackle Risk Assessment in Public Contracts, the adoption of corporate Integrity Pacts, the Role of Civil Society in public spending, the first part of a comprehensive analysis of the Implementation of e-Procurement in Portugal, and an overview of the regime of Sanctions to Misconduct in Azerbaijan related to procurement procedures. We also include a report on the latest developments from Slovakia.   View all articles of EPPPL 1/2019 Become an Author for EPPPL and view our Call for Papers
3. Januar 2019

Issue 4/2018 – The intricacies of Public Procurement and PPPs

The latest issue of the European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review brings detailed analysis of law and policy matters from Europe and beyond. This number features the Integration of Defence Procurement in the EU, the question of Abnormaly Low Tenders and State aid, an exploration of the issue of Reservation of Public Contracts for social purposes, Access to Review by an Excluded Tenderer, the Belgian landscape of Procurement and Concession Law, the interplay between the UN Sustainable Development Goals and PPPs in the Ukraine, as well as insights into Nigerian Procurement of Infrastructure Projects and the PP Legal Framework in that country. We also have annotations on the recent judgment of the CJEU’s General Court in T-292/15 Vakakis kai Synergates v Commission, and reports on the latest developments in Switzerland.   View all articles of EPPPL 4/2018.
8. Oktober 2018

Issue 3/2018 – Procurement Good Practices and Challenges in Europe and Beyond

The new issue of EPPPL is out, with high-level discussions on the most pressing topics of the field. The use of social and environmental clauses in PP are extensively examined in our articles dealing with Human Rights in Public Procurement and Non-legal Barriers to Sustainable Public Procurement in Poland, a country whose In-house Procurement laws and practices and their impact on competition law are critically analysed. The developing concept of Smart Cities also gets a close look, and we learn about the thriving landscape of Public Private Partnerships in South Africa. We also have annotations on two PP-relevant recent judgments of the CJEU in TenderNed (T-138/15) and MA.T.I SUD (C‑523/16 and C‑536/16), and reports on the latest developments in Denmark and Serbia. View all articles of EPPPL 3/2018.
14. Juni 2018

Issue 2/2018 – Procurement PPPs in and beyond the EU

EPPPL 2/2018 sheds light on remarkable national procurement and PPP systems in an international comparative perspective. Read about the German Register of Competition, the post-Brexit procurement system in the UK, and convergences and divergences of the Europtunnel and Lombardy case. In addition, learn about the respective regulations in the EU vicinity such as the legal framework for Serbian PPPs as well as the frictional coexistence of preferential procurement under bilateral “Tied Aid” agreements and the principle of non-discrimination under EU Stabilization and Association Agreements in the case of Kosovo. On top of that, the summer issue offers insights into best practices from Nigeria boosting investments into PPPS through better risk mitigation risks. At last, country reports from the Cayman Islands as well as Cyprus put in a nutshell recent relevant national developments. View all articles of EPPPL 2/2018.
4. Mai 2018

Issue 1/2018 – Disclosure and Debarment in and beyond the EU

The first issue of EPPPL in 2018 is now available. Read  about the  current policies and best practices recommended and adopted by the EU, US and  World Bank in terms of  self-cleaning, leniency, bid-rigging, debarment, voluntary and mandatory disclosure and more. In addition, learn all about the French “Big Bang Reform” altering the previously existing PPP regime; and the Croatian reform reinforcing the national procurement system. On top of that, EPPPL 1/2018 offers insightful reports on important national developments from Cyprus, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia and the Ukraine. View all articles of EPPPL 1/2018.

Do you want to make your contribution freely available to the public? This journal offers the option to publish open access (OA). Contributions published under the OA policy must still successfully pass peer review in accordance with the journal’s Author Guidelines. The OA fee per contribution is equivalent to the campus license subscription fee for the journal. For more details on OA publication, see our Terms and Conditions.

Read some of the open access contributions for free here:

Artikel

Advertising Rates 2019 (excl. VAT)

The advertising prices are valid from January 2019. Please provide the advert in a PDF-X-1a format + 3 mm bleed (without crop marks).

Print run: 500
Format: 207 mm width x 277 mm depth; adhesive binding

Media data (pdf)

Placement Width in mm Depth in mm Prices in €
1/1 page
1/1 page truncated
207,00
157,50
277,00
220,00
660,00
1/2 page 157,50 107,00 330,00
Special placement
(surcharges)
2nd cover page
3rd cover page
175,00
175,00
Colour surcharges per colour 220,00
Discount

3 Advertisements

6 Advertisements

3 %

5 %

Inserts/Supplements** 200,00 270,00 220,00
Banner ad on request

** Insert size 200 x 270 mm or smaller, or already folded.

 

Inserts/Supplements have to be delivered at least one week prior to publication date. Delivery address:

Schaltungsdienst Lange oHG
z.Hd. Fr. Schulz, Beilage EPPPL Heft _/2019 (Please state issue number.)
Zehrensdorfer Straße 11
12277 Berlin · Germany

Schedule 2019

Issue Date of Publication Advertising Deadline
EPPPL 1/2019 29.03.2019 07.01.2019
EPPPL 2/2019 28.06.2019 16.04.2019
EPPPL 3/2019 30.09.2019 15.07.2019
EPPPL 4/2019 27.12.2019 05.11.2019

(Changes excepted.)

Für Autoren

Artikel einreichen

Author Guidelines

Terms and Conditions

Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

Veranstaltungen | Vergaberecht und PPP

Informiert bleiben

Mehr zum Thema

Nutzen Sie unseren Newsletter, um sich regelmäßig über Konferenzen, Workshops, Trainings und die  neuesten Ausgaben unserer Fachzeitschriften u.a. aus den Bereichen des europäischen Wettbewerbs- und Vergaberechte, Datenschutzrechte, Abfallrecht, Umwelt- und Planungsrecht sowie Chemikalien- und Pharmarecht zu informieren.

Verpassen Sie keine Events und Publikationen. Neuigkeiten abonnieren