Domestic Procurement Linkages During the 1990s and the Chilling Effect of European Procurement Regulation
This chapter examines the effects of EC law on the adoption of domestic procurement linkages in Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and France during the early 1990s. Although pervasive, EC procurement regulation was not the only or even the dominant element affecting the development of domestic procurement linkages. There were continuing purely domestic reasons for not adopting procurement linkages in particular countries, and this is illustrated through an exploration of the limits on the use of procurement linkages in Britain during the 1980s and 1990s.
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