Public Procurement in the European Union provides a comprehensive analysis of legal and policy frameworks that underpin the regulation of public and utilities purchasing practices. The importance of such frameworks is paramount not only for the successful functioning of the common market, but mostly for the conceptual direction of the public sector of the modern European state in its attempts to deliver services to the public in a more effective and efficient way. The author reveals succinctly the interface of two approaches, the economic and policy approaches, that emerge through public procurement regulation at European and national levels, and links their interplay with themes that have recently surfaced as a result of directions from the European Court of Justice.

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