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Sustainability criteria in public procurement in developing countries

  • Published on February 14, 2016
The thesis introduces the concept of sustainable public procurement (SPP) and sets out to learn from experiences made by global leaders in SPP. It provides an overview of ongoing SPP initiatives in the developing world and analyzes in detail the experiences of two countries, the Republic of Mauritius and Chile. Interviews with key stakeholders are conducted to analyze potential benefits, main incentives, and key barriers. The thesis also explores the question of what is required as a prerequisite or enabling condition for sustainable public procurement in developing countries.

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