Prof. Dr. Thomas Pfisterer

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Call for Papers European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review

10.05.2016

Since 2006 EPPPL has developed a high-profile platform for academics, policy-makers and practitioners to share and sharpen their expertise in European procurement law and PPPs. 2016 marks our 10th anniversary!
The editors of the blind peer-reviewed, pan-European law journal are delighted to receive your submissions for the forthcoming issues in our jubilee year. For further details, please refer to our Call for Papers.

Acknowledging  the  growing  importance  of  European  Procurement  &  PPP, emerging  as  an  independent  and  indispensable  branch  of  EU  law,  EPPPL editors gladly  accept  submissions  solely  related  to  this  topic.  Comparative, interdisciplinary  analyses  are  equally  welcome.  Submissions  shall  examine jurisprudential as well as policy developments at the European and national level, preferably with cross‐border perspectives. 

In particular, EPPPL editors seek for following types of contributions: 

  • ARTICLES
  • CASENOTES 
  • OPINIONS 
  • BOOK REVIEWS  
  • COUNTRY REPORTS 

To guarantee EPPPL’s high-quality standards, all submissions are required to conform to the author guidelines available at: www.lexxion.eu/epppl/author‐guidelines

Deadlines for Submission

  • Issue 3/2016: Friday, 22 July 2016.   
  • Issue 4/2016: Friday, 14 October 2016.

Articles may be submitted after the published deadlines, by arrangement with the editor. 

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