In my recent research on electronically conducted auctions (e-auctions), one of the most common procurement tools that public bodies use in order to acquire goods or services, I argue that some elements of the current procurement practice increase the risk of collusion and that the new EU Directive on public procurement has not managed to adequately deal with those issues.
|Place of Publication||UEA, Norwich|
|Publisher||Centre for Competition Policy|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2018|