Archive pour octobre 2014

Public Private Partnerships and Efficiency: A Short Assessment

Numéro: 2014-6 Antonio Estache et Stéphane Saussier – Public Private Partnerships and Efficiency: A Short Assessment Abstract: Over the last 35 years or so, governements around the world have enhanced the participation of private actors to deliver a wide variety of goods and services, traditionally delivered by the public sector. The development of public-private partnerships (PPPs) has been, and continues to…

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Article « Le Moniteur » sur le petit déjeuner « La transposition de la Directive concessions : quels enjeux ? »

10 octobre 2014 Le Moniteur a consacré un article aux propos tenus par Jean Maïa (Directeur de la DAJ) sur la transposition de la Directive concessions lors du petit-déjeuner organisé le 9 octobre 2014 par la Chaire EPPP (« La transposition de la Directive concessions : quels enjeux ?« ). L’article est disponible sur le site internet du…

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Procedural Rules and their Impact on Procurement Outcomes: Evidence from France

Numéro: 2014-10 Anissa Boulemia et John Moore – Procedural Rules and their Impact on Procurement Outcomes: Evidence from France Abstract: For the last 20 years, a series of public procurement reforms has sought to enhance the efficiency of purchases by increasing public buyers’ discretionary power. Yet it has been argued that there is a lack of empirical results concerning the impact…

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