Buying Social Justice

Buying Social Justice

by Christopher McCrudden


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780199232437
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 10/25/2007
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 9.10(w) x 6.10(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

Christopher McCrudden is Professor of Human Rights Law and Fellow of Lincoln College, University of Oxford

Table of Contents

1. What is this book about?
Part I: Preliminaries
2. Roots
3. Status Equality Law and Policy
4. International and European Procurement Regulation
5. Buying Social Justice?
Part II: The World Trade Organisation and procurement linkages
6. Contract compliance in the United States and Canada
7. Set-asides in the United States, Canada
8. Evolution of the Government Procurement Agreement and procurement linkages
9. Procurement linkages and developing countries
Part III: Equality Linkages and the European Community
10. Procurement linkages and the 1980s reform of EC procurement regulation
11. Domestic procurement linkages during the 1990s and the chilling effect of European procurement regulation
12. Changing approaches to procurement linkages in the Community and beyond
13. Expansion of equality linkages in the Member States
14. Procurement linkages and the 2003 legislative reforms: a modus vivendi in sight?
Part IV: Interpretation
15. Interpreting the Government Procurement Agreement
16. EC public procurement law and equality linkages: foundations for interpretation
17. European public procurement law and equality linkages, government as consumer, government as regulator
18. Empirical assessments of procurement linkages
Part V: Conclusions
19. Reconciling social and economic approaches to public procurement

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