SHS Web Conf.
Volume 68, 20197th International Interdisciplinary Scientific Conference SOCIETY. HEALTH. WELFARE
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Society: Justice and Security|
|Published online||25 November 2019|
Legislative framework of in-house procurement
Daugavpils University, Daugavpils, Latvia
The article “Legislative Framework of In-house Procurement” examines the importance of the concept of the in-house transactions in Public Procurement. The purpose of the work is to analyse the Legislative Framework from the perspective of the principle of free competition. The study of free competition is based on works and the main ideas of the following authors: Adam Smith, Jean-Baptiste Say, David Ricardo, Thomas Robert Malthus, John Stuart Mill, John Maynard Keynes, Friedrich August von Hayek and Milton Friedman. Having done the analysis of the EU directives and regulations concerning In-house Procurement (Directive 2014/24/EU; Directive 2014/25/EU; Directive 2013/34/EU; Case C-107/98, Case C-26/03, Case C-84/03, Case C-295/05, Case C-480/06, Case C-324/07, Case C-573/07, Case C-196/08, Case C182/11 and C183/11), as well as normative regulations of several countries, the author made a conclusion, that In-house Procurement contains considerable threats to the principle of free competition in Public Procurement. In-house Procurement contains considerable threats to the principle of free competition in Public Procurement. The data obtained confirm this hypothesis. The results obtained allow us to develop recommendations for the Legislative Framework of In-house Procurement. The results of the research can be used by procurement theoreticians and practitioners.
Key words: legislative framework / in-house procurement / free competition
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