Law of Collaborative Defence Procurement in the European Union

Law of Collaborative Defence Procurement in the European Union

Heuninckx, Baudouin

Cambridge University Press

11/2016

262

Dura

Inglês

9781107131354

15 a 20 dias

The book examines and makes proposals for improving the law and management of collaborative defence procurement programmes and provides practical examples to enhance efficiency of cooperation between states. Covering a broad scope of legal issues, it contains invaluable information for practitioners, policy-makers and academics aiming to analyse or improve these projects.
Part I. Analysis of Collaborative Defence Procurement in the EU: 1. The need for collaborative defence procurement; 2. Organisation of collaborative defence procurement programmes; 3. Procurement process of collaborative defence procurement programmes; 4. Initiatives to improve collaborative defence procurement in Europe; Part II. Legal Framework of Defence Procurement in the EU: 5. The Matryoshka doll of four legal relationships; 6. The EU treaties and defence procurement; 7. The EU public procurement directives and defence procurement; 8. The EU legislation on trade in defence goods; 9. Institutional law of international organisations; Part III. Examples of Collaborative Defence Procurement Structures: 10. International organisation performing collaborative defence procurement in Europe; 11. State-to-state defence procurement cooperation; Part IV. First Matryoshka Doll: The Decision to Participate in a Collaborative Programme: 12. Applicability of the public contracts directive; 13. Applicability of the defence and security directive; 14. Applicability of the EU treaties principles; Part V. Second Matryoshka Doll: The Relationship between the Participating States: 15. International agreements and EU law; 16. Obligation to implement directives; Part VI. Third Matryoshka Doll: The Procurement Rules of the Programme Management Entity: 17. Procurement rules of programmes managed by an international organisation; 18. Procurement rules of programmes managed by a lead nation; Part VII. Actual Compliance with Applicable Law: 19. Rules for OCCAR programmes; 20. Rules for EDA projects and programmes; 21. Rules of NSPO; Part VIII. How to Improve Collaborative Defence Procurement in the EU: 22. Increasing efficiency of collaborative defence procurement programmes; 23. Legal improvements of collaborative defence procurement.
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