Public Procurement Research Group
   
   
  

Public Procurement Research Group

The University of Nottingham's Public Procurement Research Group (PPRG) is a global leader in research and teaching on public procurement regulation. 

It is part of the School of Law at The University of Nottingham, which is consistently ranked amongst the leading law schools in the United Kingdom. In the latest Research Excellence Framework, the school was rated 6th for both research intensity and research power out of 67 law schools. Full-time academic staff of the Group come from all over the world, with current staff hailing from China, Italy and Greece, as well as the UK.

PPRG
 

Research projects span areas as diverse as EU and WTO procurement law, tied aid procurement, defence procurement, and developing country procurement reform, and the Group works closely with both national governments and international organisations.

The Director of the Group is Professor Sue Arrowsmith, and the Deputy Director is Dr Ping Wang.

 

Upcoming events

Case study of procurement issues arising in a major outsourcing project: a practitioner's perspective

Date
16 February 2018 (13:00-13:50)
Location:
A3, Law and Social Sciences, University Park
Description
Seminar by Susie Smith, Consultant, Bevan Brittan and Honorary Professor, School of Law, University of Nottingham.

Reform of the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA) and other WTO initiatives on public procurement

Date
09 March 2018 (11:00-12:50)
Location:
A3, Law and Social Sciences, University Park
Description
Seminar by Robert Anderson, Senior Counsellor in charge of competition policy and public procurement, WTO Secretariat.

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Latest news

Professor Sue Arrowsmith to speak at the WTO's Advanced Global Workshop on Government Procurement

Description
Sue Arrowsmith will be presenting next week at the Advanced Global Workshop on Government Procurement organised by the World Trade Organization in Geneva (20-24 November 2017).
Date:
17 November 2017

PhD student awarded DJ Harris Prize for best thesis

Description
Ms Katie Smith been awarded the DJ Harris Prize which is awarded annually to the candidate who is judged to have written the best PhD thesis.
Date:
24 October 2017

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The PPRG and its members are sponsored by:

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Public Procurement Research Group

School of Law
Law and Social Sciences building
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

+44 (0)115 951 5700