The conference provided 11 Early Career Researchers in the field of public procurement with the possibility of showcasing their research to a non-specialist audience. The format of the day includes four sessions with three papers each, which are to be commented on by more established researchers. This event was kindly sponsored by the British Academy Rising Star Engagement Awards and supported by the Center for Transnational Legal Studies London which made their facilities available.




Willem Janssen: A Principles approach to the make or buy decision of EU public authorities

Pinelopi Glosa: Debarment and leniency programme

Franco Peirone: Competing anti-corruption strategies


Petra Ferk: Implementing e-procurement in real life

Aris Christidis: Ineffective contracts under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015

Marta Andrecka: Integrating Human Rights into public procurement


Kirsi-Maria Halonen: Termination of a public contract - lifting the veil on Art. 73 of Directive 2014/24/EU

Roxana Vornicu: The rules on performance of the concession contract under the 2014 Concession Directive

Maria Fuentes: European limits to the modification of concluded contracts focusing on review clauses


Deirdre Halloran: The social value in social clauses

Jussi Pyykkonen: Analysing social networks of public procurement processes

Evelina Rusu: Applications of nudging in public procurement