EDITORIAL POLICY

1. THE MISSION OF THE “EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT
MARKETS”

This Journal is a strictly peers reviewed Journal and each submitted paper will be reviewed by at least two reviewers.

The mission of this Journal is contributing to an interdisciplinary study of public
procurement and of public markets presenting high level scientific results in key areas
such as:

A | Economics of Public Markets analyzing their nature and major trends
B | Digital Economics, Innovation and Public Markets
C | Regulation , monitoring and evaluation of public contracting
D | International agreements and cross border public procurement
E | Legal framework of public contracting and the implementation of the European
F | Directives of Public Procurement approved on 2014
G | Electronic Public Procurement, e-platforms and interoperability
H | Technology Management, E Government and ICT based public management
I | New standards and software for public contracting (BIM, etc.)
J | Competition, transparency and corruption prevention
K | Performance Indicators, evaluation of contracts execution and performance based contracting
L | Award criteria, Most Economically Advantageous Tender (MEAT), Quality/ Price ratio and Life Cycle Costing
M | Centralization and economies of scale in public contracting
N | Openness of public markets and the participation of Micro and SMEs
O | Risk assessment and mitigation of the risk of deficient contract execution
P | Contributions of new procedures and regulations for innovation, sustainability and social cohesion
Q | Comparative study of legal frameworks and Public Markets at the international, national and local levels
R | Education and training for the improvement of public markets

2. INVITATION TO AUTHORS

Authors are invited to contribute to this Journal sending papers for one of the following sections:

A | Research Papers: This section is devoted to the publication of new and advanced research results and priority is given to interdisciplinary developments
B | Policy Papers: High level contributions on Public Policies promoting the improvement of Public markets are welcome and priority is given to comparative analysis and discussions
C | Case-Studies: Applied studies of Good Practices on relevant issues for Public Markets can be published in this Section.
All contribution will be reviewed and decisions will be taken under less than 8 weeks excluding the time spent by authors to prepare revised versions

 

CHIEF EDITORS

Professor Luís Valadares Tavares – Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon – Portugal

Professor Gustavo Piga – University of Rome Tor Vergata – Italy

 

EDITORIAL BOARD

Alessandro Ancarani – University of Catania – Italy

Andrea Appolloni – University of Rome Tor Vergata – Italy

Annalisa Castelli – University of Cassino and Southern Lazio – Italy

Bernardo Nicoletti – University of Rome Tor Vergata – Italy

Christopher Bovis – University of Hull – United Kingdom

Fernando Silva – IMPIC – Portugal

Frank Brunetta – University of Rome Tor Vergata – Canada

Giancarlo De Stefano – Consip – Italy

Gonçalo Matias – Portuguese Catholic University – Portugal

Jaime Pintos Santiago – Observatorio de Contratación Pública – Spain

Jakob Edler – Manchester University – United Kingdom

Jan Jackholt – European Bank for Reconstruction and Development – Sweden

José Antunes Ferreira – University of Lisbon – Portugal

José Ramón Arboledas – IESE Business School, University of Navarra – Spain

Keith White-Hunt – National Centre for Academic Accreditation and Assessment, Ministry of Education  Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Kornelis Drijfhout – PIANOo

Manuel Ricou –University of Lisbon – Portugal

Mário Aroso de Almeida – Portuguese Catholic University – Portugal

Miguel Assis Raimundo –University of Lisbon – Portugal

Nicola Dimitri – University of Siena – Italy

Nuno Cunha Rodrigues –University of Lisbon – Portugal

Paolo Buccirossi – Lear – Italy

Pedro Costa Gonçalves – University of Coimbra – Portugal

Pedro Telles – Swansea University – United Kingdom

Rajesh Shakya – The World Bank

Robert Anderson – World Trade Organization

Rui Dias Ferreira – Vortal – Portugal

Rui Medeiros – Portuguese Catholic University – Portugal

Rui Pena – CMS-RPA – Portugal

Sara Castelo Ruano – Tesera de Hospitalidad

Stéphane Saussier – IAE Paris – France

Tünde Tátrai – Corvinus University of Budapest – Hungary