Public Private Partnerships and the Law - Regulation, Institutions and Community(2014)
The book offers a systematic overview of PPPs and their functions in England. It covers both the contractual relationships between public and private actors and the relationships between PPPs and third parties, such as end-users. It provides three different models to understand the dynamics and tensions in PPPs: market-centered PPPs, state-centered PPPs and community-centered PPPs. The book argues that the legal framework should be supported by the development of an ethic of care so that public discretion in PPPs would be made more responsive to individual and collective needs.
- administrative law,
Publication DateSummer 2014
Citation InformationYseult Marique. Public Private Partnerships and the Law - Regulation, Institutions and Community. (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/yseult-marique/1/