The University Sorbonne of Paris and and the Faculty of Economics of the University of Rome Tor Vergata are pleased to announce the launch of the 4th Interdisciplinary Symposium on Public Procurement .
More news on the event, including the speakers and the topics, coming soon
Goals and Motivations
The aim of the Symposium is to bring together economists and lawyers in the field of public procurement through dialogue and discourse. The organizers have the ambition to reduce the terminology barrier between economists and lawyers, come across cultural divide and reach joint wider understanding of practical issues. The Symposium attempts to suggest reform measures for better rules of acquisition for Public Administrations and provides a platform for the discourse on the challenging issues of the modern practices in public procurement.
While topics and references will certainly involve the European Union environment it shall not be limited to this area, taking advantage of best practices worldwide.
The Interdisciplinary Symposium on Public Procurement is a series of extremely successful events that were held in the leading European capitals and hosted renowned experts, researchers and scientists in the field of public procurement.
1st Interdisciplinary Symposium on Public Procurement (6-7 June 2011, Rome, Italy)
2nd Interdisciplinary Symposium on Public Procurement (22-23 September 2014, Budapest, Hungary)
3rd Interdisciplinary Symposium on Public Procurement (28-30 September 2016, Belgrade, Serbia)
CALL FOR PAPERS
On behalf of the organizing committee, we would like to invite you to participate in the 4th Interdisciplinary Symposium on Public Procurement which will host well-known academics, and practitioners. In order to be part of this Symposium as a speaker, we invite you to submit a paper on one of the topics outlined
Please send your full paper and CV no later than July 16th, 2018 to: email@example.com
The registration is now closed.
Stephane Saussier - Christopher Bovis
Giancoarlo Spagnolo - Andreas H. Glass
Tünde Tátrai - Francesco Decarolis
Christopher Yukins - Mihaly Fazekas