- Title Pages
- <i>Table of Cases</i>
- <i>Table of National Legislation</i>
- <i>Table of International and Regional Treaties and Conventions</i>
- List of Abbreviations
- 1 What is This Book About?
- 2 Roots
- 3 Status Equality Law and Policy
- 4 International and European Procurement Regulation
- 5 Buying Social Justice?
- 6 Contract Compliance in the United States and Canada
- 7 Set-asides in the United States and Canada
- 8 Evolution of the Government Procurement Agreement Model and Procurement Linkages
- 9 Procurement Linkages and Developing Countries
- 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 <i>Modus Vivendi</i> in Sight?
- 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
- 18 Reconciling Social and Economic Approaches to Public Procurement
- Buying Social Justice
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