Buying social justice : equality, government procurement, and legal change / Christopher McCrudden.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.
li, 680 pages ; 25 cm
Formatted Contents Note
What is this book about? Roots Status equality law and policy International and European procurement regulation Buying social justice? Contract compliance in the United States and Canada Set-asides in the United States and Canada Evolution of the government procurement agreement model and procurement linkages Procurement linkages and developing countries Procurement linkages and the 1980s reform of EC procurement regulation Domestic procurement linkages during the 1990s and the chilling effect of European procurement regulation Changing approaches to procurement linkages in the community and beyond Expansion of equality linkages in the member states Procurement linkages and the 2003 legislative reforms : a modus vivendi in sight? Interpreting the government procurement agreement EC public procurement law and equality linkages : foundations for interpretation European public procurement law and equality linkages : government as consumer, government as regulator Reconciling social and economic approaches to public procurement.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -660) and index.