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This book examines the international regulation of public procurement from a competition perspective. It undertakes this research with specific reference to the crisis years 2008-2012.
The book includes a comparative analysis of the regulation of public procurement at both multilateral and regional levels, identifying both the strengths and weakness in the WTO legal framework and selected regional trade agreements (RTAs).
Ultimately, the aim of this work is to provide options for improving the consistency of these laws and the regulation of these markets. This is of immediate relevance for good economic governance, as well as for managing future systemic financial crises in the interests of citizens: as tax payers and consumers.