The chapter considers to what extent the inclusion of domestic requirements aiming at the respect of labour standards and at the imposition of minimum wages pose a challenge to the respect of the principle of non-discrimination under both the WTO and the EU procurement framework. The comparative assessment of the rules and requirements derived, respectively, from the WTO Government Procurement Agreement and from EU law shines additional light on the peculiarities of the EU regime of procurement regulation.
|Title of host publication||Smart Public Procurement and Labour Standards|
|Subtitle of host publication||Pushing the Discussion after RegioPost|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 8 Feb 2018|