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Public-Private Partnerships in European Union Law and Member States


Title: Public-Private Partnerships in European Union Law and Member States
Subject Classification: Politics and Government, Law and Legal Ethics, Built Environment
BIC Classification: LNC, LNCN, JPSN2
BISAC Classification: LAW076000, POL002000, POL058000
Binding: Hardback, Paperback, ebook, pp.434
Publication date: 22nd June 2023
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-80441-189-6
ISBN (Paperback): 978-1-80441-444-6
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-80441-190-2


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This book investigates public-private partnerships, with special reference to the law of the European Union and the Member States.

It deals in detail with what public-private partnerships are, whether and how they are regulated, and whether the concept carries meaning outside the regulatory framework. Based on detailed analysis, the author offers conclusions on how public-private partnerships should develop and be regulated in practice, and provides a solid basis, including a comprehensive review of the relevant literature, for further research.

This book will be important to researchers and students in political law and regulation, as well as practitioners and policy makers. Although the examples studied are from the European Union, the conclusions will be applicable worldwide.


Author: Dr. Jugoslava Vojnovic is currently Head of the Legal and Financial Department, City of Belgrade administration, Serbia. She gained her Doctor of Legal Sciences award at the University of Belgrade. Dr. Vojnovic is widely experienced in theoretical approaches to EU Law and public-private partnerships (PPPs) through writing scientific papers and publications, as well as in implementing and writing PPP projects in practice.


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