SERVICE CONCESSIONS IN THE EU (PAPEL + E-BOOK). A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE TRANSPOSITION OF DIRECTIVE 2014/23 ON THE AWARD OF CO

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THOMSON ARANZADI
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978-84-9177-232-3
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320
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CHAPTER 1
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTHNESHIP AND ITS ROLE AS A WARRANT OF THE PUBLIC INTEREST
José María Gimeno Feliu and Ana Isabel Peiró Baqueno

COUNTRY REPORTS

CHAPTER 2
SERVICE CONCESSIONS IN AUSTRIA
Claudia Fuchs and Thomas Ziniel

CHAPTER 3
SERVICE CONCESSIONS IN BELGIUM
Stevem Vam Garsee

CHAPTER 4
PERSPECTIVES ON THE NEW FRENCH CONCESIÓN
Sthéphane Braconnier

CHAPTER 5
TRANSPOSITION OF THE DIRECTIVE 2014/23/EU WITH REGARD TO SERVICE CONCESSIONS IN GERMANY
Oliver Kurse

CHAPTER 6
SERVICE CONCESSION IN GREECE
Dr. John Kitsos

CHAPTER 7
SERVICE CONCESSIONS. DIRECTIVE 2014/23 ON THE AWARD OF CONCESSIONS CONTRACTS. A COMAPRATIVE STUDY OF ITS TRANSPOSITION INTO NATIONAL LAW THE ITALIAN PERSPECTIVE
Antonio Bartolini and Angela Guerrieri

CHAPTER 8
SRVICE CONCESSIONS IN SPAIN
Ximena Lazo vitoria and Belén Noguera de la Muela

CHAPTER 9
TRANSPOSITION OF THE DIRECTIVE 2014/23/EU WITH REGARD TO SERVICES CONCESSIÓNS IN PORTUGAL
Lino Torgal

CHAPTER 10
SERVICE CONCESSION. DIRECTIVE 2014/23 ON THE AWARD OF CONCESSION CONTRACTS. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ITS TRANSPOSITION INTO NORWEGIAN LAW
Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui, Linda Midtun and Kristian Stromsnes

CHAPTER 11
THE TRANSPOSITION OF THE EU CONCESSIONS DIRECTIVE IN THE UK
Christopher Bovis

Almost thirty years have passed since the European Commission first tried to include service concessions within the scope of application of the European Public Procurement Directives. This process culminated in the approval of Directive 2014/23/EU of 26 February 2014 on the award of concession contracts, which is nevertheless an initial step towards consolidating the idea of harmonizing concession contracts in a European context. The latter is the most significant new element in the fourth generation of procurement directives and it aims to create a legal framework to ensure non-discrimination and fair access to the European market, as well as EU-wide competition for high-value concessions. This book offers ten country reports (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom) which describe the diverse national legislations passed in order to adequately implement Directive 2014/23/EU. It also provides an analysis of key aspects of the new legal regime such as its scope of application, the concept of operating risk, concession duration and method of calculation, and so on. It is hoped that this work will enhance the reader's understanding of service concessions, facilitate comparative analyses and stimulate further research in the field.