Category:Industry and Public Sector Management
Issue 1 2001
Public procurement performance and the challenge of service complexity – the case of pre-hospital healthcareInger Johanne Pettersen, Kari Nyland, Geraldine Robbins
The purpose of this paper is to study the links between contextual changes, contract arrangements and resultant problems when changes in outsourcing regulatory…
Because of the renewed interest in public purchasing and the strategic use of public funds under the requirements of sustainable development, the question arose once again…
This paper aims to investigate the role of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) within the Canadian public procurement, by seeking to identify barriers and…
Drivers and differentiators: a grounded theory study of procurement in public and private organizationsDolores Kuchina-Musina, John Charles Morris, Joshua Steinfeld
The purpose of this study is to examine procurement professionals’ perceptions of public-private partnerships in contract arrangements and to explore decision-making that…
The propose of this study is to focus on the mediating role of compliance with procurement regulatory frameworks in implementing public road construction projects.
This paper aims to identify important factors in green public procurement (GPP) implementation and then to clarify how these factors affect GPP implementation.
Identifying the latent shortcomings in achieving value for money within the Ghanaian construction industryErnest Kissi, Theophilus Adjei-Kumi, Samuel Twum-Ampofo, Caleb Debrah
The non-achievement of projects of best value remains a perennial problem within the construction industry. This paper aims to identify the latent shortcomings affecting…
Online date, start – end:2001
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Prof Alessandro Ancarani