Buying Social Justice (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
736
Utgivningsdatum
2007-09-01
Utmärkelser
SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2008 INNER TEMPLE BOOK PRIZE
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Illustrationer
black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
234 x 157 x 41 mm
Vikt
1180 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
49:B&W 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780199232437
Buying Social Justice (häftad)

Buying Social Justice

Equality, Government Procurement, & Legal Change

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Buying Social Justice analyses how governments in developed and developing countries use their contracting power in order to advance social equality and reduce discrimination, and argues that this approach is an entirely legitimate, and underused means of achieving social justice.
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Colm P. O'Cinneide, Public Law Buying Social Justiceis authoritative, well-written, well-argued and a major contribution to the literature on regulation, equality and human rights. It focuses much needed attention on a key area of government activity, whose potential use as an instrument of social policy has been chronically disregarded in the United Kingdom since the Thatcherite reforms of the 1980s. It also makes a powerful case for the potential for procurement linkages to be used to
advance social justice, while also making the wider claim that economic tools such as procurement can be used as instruments of social change without risking the commodification of equality as a value...It will inevitably become a major point of reference in this field throughout Europe and North America: no
other text on this topic comes close to matching the range and authority of this book.


Prof. Oren Gross, University of Minnesota Law School (ASIL Awards Committee Report) ... highly original and immensely rich ... Drawing on international economic law, human rights doctrine, normative theory, and an astonishingly thorough analysis of relevant regional and domestic law, Professor McCrudden provides a rewarding treatment of the challenges associated with the transnational and comparative problems of regulating governmental contracting ... by undertaking such a comprehensive and analytically sophisticated study, Professor McCrudden is
helping to forge what will likely become a major new field at the intersection of international law, social policy, and governance ... [he] has taken a major theoretical step in helping us understand the challenges and opportunities that will arise as international law grapples with the public problems
posed by partially privatized nation states.


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<br>Christopher McCrudden is Professor of Human Rights Law and Fellow of Lincoln College, University of Oxford<br>

Innehållsförteckning

1. What is this book about?; PART I: PRELIMINARIES; 2. Roots; 3. Status Equality Law and Policy; 4. International and European Procurement Regulation; 5. Buying Social Justice?; PART II: THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION AND PROCUREMENT LINKAGES; 6. Contract compliance in the United States and Canada; 7. Set-asides in the United States, Canada; 8. Evolution of the Government Procurement Agreement Model and procurement linkages; 9. Procurement linkages and developing countries; PART III: EQUALITY LINKAGES AND THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY; 10. Procurement linkages and the 1980s reform of EC procurement regulation; 11. Domestic procurement linkages during the 1990s and the chilling effect of European procurement regulation; 12. Changing approaches to procurement linkages in the Community and beyond; 13. Expansion of equality linkages in the Member States; 14. Procurement linkages and the 2003 legislative reforms: a modus vivendi in sight?; PART IV: INTERPRETATION; 15. Interpreting the Government Procurement Agreement; 16. EC public procurement law and equality linkages: foundations for interpretation; 17. European public procurement law and equality linkages: government as consumer, government as regulator; PART V: CONCLUSIONS; 18. Reconciling social and economic approaches to public procurement