Promoting competitive markets: The role of public procurement

@inproceedings{Caldwell2005PromotingCM,
  title={Promoting competitive markets: The role of public procurement},
  author={Nigel Caldwell and Harrel L. Walker and Christine Harland and Louise Knight and Jurong Zheng and Tim Michael Wakeley},
  year={2005}
}
The study presented here examines how public procurement agencies address establishing and maintaining competitive markets; a topic still in its academic infancy. Cases are used to address impediments and improve understanding of strategic priorities in managing for competitive markets. Public policy academics have observed many competing policies in the wider public sector. Specifically, this paper identifies a need for research on supplier incentives at a market level, on the post contract… CONTINUE READING

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