Local Public Procurement Regulations: The Case of Italy

@inproceedings{Decarolis2015LocalPP,
  title={Local Public Procurement Regulations: The Case of Italy},
  author={F. Decarolis and Cristina Giorgiantonio},
  year={2015}
}
Regional and local authorities award 54% of the public works contracts submitted to the Authority for the Supervision of Public Contracts. This paper analyses the regulations adopted in the period 2000–2010 in all Italian regions and a sample of provinces and municipalities and shows how highly pervasive they are. In some cases they had positive effects that served the specific needs of the territory; in others, an anti-competitive orientation prevailed, with extra costs for the contracting… Expand
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