Public Procurement Research Group

Explore Our Research

We are proud to showcase our research units and project work, which is underpinned by our collective focus on delivering leading research and teaching on public procurement.

group members

The PPRG provides a focus for supporting research and teaching on public procurement within the School of Law, as well as promoting understanding of this subject on a wider basis. We place quality at our core and our members undertake and publish research of the highest standards. Our teaching at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive level enhances the knowledge around public procurement and supports the development of the field. Through our events and by supporting best practices with our consultancy service, we are able to increase the reach of our work and enhance the understanding around public procurement law and policy. 

We work closely with both national governments and international organisations, with academics, practitioners, students and civic society around the world. This allows our work to have powerful impacts on the development of public procurement law and policy.

Peter Trepte
Exploring legislative and regulatory solutions for sustainable procurement and development.
Peter Treptre, PPRG Deputy Director

PPRG research units

Our research encompasses issues of human rights and sustainability, development, corruption as well as defence and strategic procurement, with six units focused on different areas of public procurement law and policy.

 
 

PPRG projects

Information on our projects

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