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EPPPL - European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review

PPPs and Procurement constitute two major legal and policy instruments of public sector management which links the governmental authorities and private operators and provides for the procedural and substantive interactions which are necessary for the effective and efficient delivery of public services.

The European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review is an international quarterly peer-reviewed journal that provides the reader with detailed coverage of all significant legal and policy developments in the Procurement and PPP areas across the European Union and beyond in the form of articles, case-law annotations, country reports and more. Under its recast format, EPPPL will continue to report, observe, discuss, analyse and criticize legal and policy developments and shall offer impulses, suggestions and updated references and information around these subjects in an accessible way for all parties. Leading authorities from the private practice and academia will report on EU Member States' legal and policy developments and new approaches to PPP delivery and Public Procurement across the world.


Managing Editor

Prof. Dr. Christopher Bovis


Editorial Board

Prof. Anne van Aaken
University of St. Gallen

Prof. Dr. Hans Wilhelm Alfen
Bauhaus University, Weimar

Prof. Dr. Andrea Biondi
King’s College, London

Prof. Dr. Martin Burgi
University of Bochum

Michael Burnett
European PPP Forum, Maastricht

Dr. Dacian C. Dragos
Babes Bolyai University
Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Steven van Garsse
Diensten voor het Algemeen Regeringsbeleid, Kenniscentrum Publiek – Private Samenwerking, Belgium

Alberto Germani
PPP Advisor of UAE, Member of UNECE PPP Team of Specialist, United Arab Emirates

Dr. Friedrich Ludwig Hausmann
K&L Gates LLP, Berlin

Prof. Dr. Herwig Hofmann
University of Luxembourg

Prof. Dr. Christian Koenig
University of Bonn, Centre for European Integration Research

Matthias Petschke
European Commission, Head of Representation, Berlin

Stephan Rechten
Beiten Burkhardt Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, Berlin

Prof. Dr. Piet Jan Slot
Leiden University, The Netherlands

Dr. Tobias Traupel
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf

Prof. Christopher R. Yukins
George Washington University Law School, USA

Country Correspondants

Austria Martin Oder
Haslinger/Nagele & Partner, Vienna

Baltic Countries Deividas Soloveičikas
Vilnius University, Faculty of Law

Belgium Constant De Koninck
Senior Auditor, Belgian Court of Audit

Cyprus Demetris Savvides
Blars Ltd

Czech Republic Robert Krč
University of West Bohemia, Plzeň

Denmark Martin André Dittmer
Gorrissen Federspiel, Copenhagen

France David Hartmann
Bastian, Marciet & Associés

Greece Spyros Panagopoulos
Panagopoulos & Partners – Law Firm

Hungary Tünde Tátrai
Corvinus University of Budapest

Italy Luca Pardi
Partner, Studio Legale Associato a Watson, Farley & Williams, Rome

Luxembourg Quentin Hubeau
Sedlo Jimenez Lunz Law Firm

The Netherlands Jan M. Hebly
Houthoff Buruma / Leiden University

Poland Dariusz Okolski
Okolski Kancelaria Radcowska, Warsaw

Portugal Pedro Melo
PLMJ – A. M. Pereira, Sáragga Leal,
Oliveira Martins, Júdice e Associados, Lisbon

Romania Ioan Baciu
Rubin Meyer Doru & Trandafir, Bucharest

Slovakia Peter Hodal
White & Case, Bratislava

Slovenia Petra Ferk
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Sweden Tobias Indén
Umeå University, Umeå

Switzerland Peter Hettich
University of St Gallen

The United Kingdom Nick Maltby




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