Public Sector Procurement Ethics

Acorn, E. (2021). Just a business decision? Debarment in public procurement in Canada and the United States. Canadian Public Administration, 64(2), 238-256.

Akinkugbe, O. D. (2021). Public Procurement and Human Rights: Opportunities, Risks and Dilemmas for the State as Buyer. Business and Human Rights Journal, 6(1), 174-177. [Comparative]

Ali, U. (2010). Procurement of Information Technology and Canadian Municipalities. MPA Major Research Papers.

Allen, B., & Doern, B. (2006). How Ottawa Buys: Procurement Policy and Politics Beyond Gomery. In Bruce, D. G. (Ed.), How Ottawa Spends 2006-2007, In From the Cold-The Tory Rise and Liberal Demise (pp. 95-115). McGill-Queen's Press.

Allen, B., Hudon, P. A., & Schwartz, S. (2021). Guest editors' introduction to the special issue on procurement and public policy. Canadian Public Administration, 64(2), 175-179.

Allen, B. A. C. (2006). Procurement policy in Canada evolution and impacts-domestic policy, trade, and information technology (59742174). [Doctoral dissertation, Carleton University]. Politics Collection.

Anderson, R. D., Jones, A., & Kovacic, W. E. (2018). Preventing Corruption, Supplier Collusion, and the Corrosion of Civic Trust: A Procompetitive Program to Improve the Effectiveness and Legitimacy of Public Procurement. George Mason Law Review, 26(4), 1233-1298.

Arshoff, L., Henshall, C., Juzwishin, D., & Racette, R. (2012,). Procurement change in Canada: An opportunity for improving system performance. Healthcare Management Forum, 25(2), 66-69.

Atkinson, M. M., & Fulton, M. (2013). Understanding Public Sector Ethics: Beyond Agency Theory in Canada's Sponsorship Scandal. International Public Management Journal, 16(3), 386-412.

Attwater, D. M. (2012). The Influence of Buy American Policies on Canadian Coverage Under the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement. The International Lawyer, 46(4), 939-958.

Attwater, D. M. (2014). Promoting sustainable development with canadian public procurement. Public Contract Law Journal, 79-111.

Baird, K. W., & Dibert, S. (2010). Ethics and the Procurement Process: Meeting Expectations. Healthcare Management Forum, 23(1), 38-40.

Berkok, U. (2009). Canadian defence procurement. In Markowski, S., Hall, P., & Wylie, R. (Eds.), Defence Procurement and Industry Policy (pp. 229-247). Routledge.

Boardman, A. E., Siemiatycki, M., & Vining, A. (2016). The theory and evidence concerning public-private partnerships in Canada and elsewhere. School of Public Policy (University of Calgary) Research Paper, 9(12).

Brammer, S., & Walker, H. (2007). Sustainable procurement practice in the public sector: An international comparative study. University of Bath School of Management. Working Paper Series.

Carlin, F., & Haans, J. (2006). Bid-Rigging Demystified. In-House Perspective , 2(1), 11-18.

Carson, A. S. (2004). What A Financing Scandal In A Canadian City Can Teach Us About Ethical Conduct In Government/Business Relations. International Business & Economics Research Journal (IBER), 3(5).

Chasey, A. D., Maddex, W. E., & Bansal, A. (2012). Comparison of public–private partnerships and traditional procurement methods in North American highway construction. Transportation research record, 2268(1), 26-32.

Chaster, S. (2018). Public procurement and the Charbonneau Commission: challenges in preventing and controlling corruption. Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform, 23, 121-148.

Clark, R., Coviello, D., Gauthier, J. F., & Shneyerov, A. (2018). Bid rigging and entry deterrence in public procurement: Evidence from an investigation into collusion and corruption in Quebec. The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 34(3), 301-363.

Clark, R., Coviello, D., Gauthier, J. F., & Shneyerov, A. (2018). Evidence from an investigation into collusion and corruption in Quebec. Queen’s University Economics Department Working Paper.

Claudel, M., & Wylie, B. (2021). Procurement: shaping future public value. Future Cities Canada.

Collins Hoffman, P. C., & Pinsonnault, G. (2014). Bid-Rigging: The Scope of Calls or Requests for Bids or Tenders under Section 47 of the Competition Act. Canadian Competition Law Review (CCLR), 27(2), 323-352.

Collins Hoffman, P. C., & Pinsonnault, G. (2014). The Characterization of a Procurement Process as a 'Call or Request for Bids or Tenders' under Section 47 of the Competition Act. Canadian Competition Law Review, 27(2).

Cravero, C. (2017). Socially responsible public procurement and set-asides: A comparative analysis of the US, Canada and the EU. Arctic Review, 8.

Crisan, D. (2020). Buying with Intent: Public Procurement for Innovation by Provincial and Municipal Governments. The School of Public Policy Publications.

Dalpé, R. (1994). Effects of government procurement on industrial innovation. Technology in society, 16(1), 65-83.

Da Ponte, M., Foley, M., & Cho, C. H. (2020). Assessing the degree of sustainability integration in Canadian public sector procurement. Sustainability, 12(14), 5550.

De Leverano, A., Clark, R., & Coviello, D. (2020). Complementary bidding and the collusive arrangement: Evidence from an antitrust investigation. ZEW-Centre for European Economic Research Discussion Paper.

De Leverano, A. (2019). Essays on Competition in Public Procurement [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. HEC Montréal.

Di Mauro, C., Ancarani, A., & Hartley, T. (2020). Unravelling SMEs’ participation and success in public procurement. Journal of public procurement, 20(4), 377-401.

Dupre, J. E. (2007). Reinventing Canadian Defence Procurement: A View from the Inside. Canadian Public Administration, 50(3), 468-472.

Emanuelli, P. (2009). Local Preference in Public Purchasing: Risks and Recommendations. Ontario Public Buyers Association.

Fine, L. (1988). Canadian competition law developments. Canadian Competition Policy Record, 9(4), 1-15

Flynn, A., & Davis, P. (2014). Theory in public procurement research. Journal of public procurement, 14(2), 139-180.

Flynn, A., & Valverde, M. (2019). Where the sidewalk ends: the governance of waterfront toronto's sidewalk labs deal. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, 36(2), 263-283.

Giorno, G. W. (2008). When selling becomes lobbying: impact of lobbying law on procurement. Government procurement III : headlining issues. Ontario Bar Association.

Giosa, P. A. (2018). Do e-auctions increase the risk of bid-rigging?. Multi-disciplinary Insights in Competition and Regulation, (35).

Gransberg, D. D. (2020). Does low bid award facilitate wrongdoing? US implications of Quebec’s Charbonneau Commission report. Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, 12(1), 1-6.

Gutman, J. (2014). Is There Room for Discretion? Reforming public procurement in a compliance-oriented world. Global Economy & Development Working Paper, 74. [International]

Haase, H., Harley, K., Von Rotteck, T., & Kirstein, E. (2022). Dealing with corruption in public procurement. Review of Business, Accounting, & Finance, 2(1), 52-78.

Harland, C. M., Eßig, M., Lynch, J., & Patrucco, A. (2021). Policy-led public procurement: does strategic procurement deliver?. Journal of Public Procurement.

Hira, A. (2016). Broken Windows: Why Culture Matters in Corruption Reform. Journal of Developing Societies, 32(1), 1-16.

Hoekman, B. (2015). International cooperation on public procurement regulation. Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper. [Comparative]

Hudon, P. A., & Garzón, C. (2016). Corruption in public procurement: entrepreneurial coalition building. Crime, Law and Social Change, 66(3), 291-311.

Hudon, P. A., Dumas, P., & Garzón, C. (2021). Recent research on public procurement: Should it become a subfield of public administration?. Canadian Public Administration, 64(2), 179-201.

Hüschelrath, K. (2013). Economic approaches to fight bid rigging. Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, 4(2), 185-191.

Iacobacci, M. (2010). Dispelling the myths: A pan-Canadian assessment of public-private partnerships for infrastructure investments. Conference Board of Canada.

Jobidon, G., Lemieux, P., & Beauregard, R. (2018). Implementation of integrated project delivery in Quebec’s procurement for public infrastructure: A comparative and relational perspective. Sustainability, 10(8).

John, K. M. (2012). Information Technology Procurement in the United States and Canada: Reflecting on the Past with an Eye towards the Future. Procurement Law, 48.

Kashap, S. (2004, October). Public procurement as a social, economic and political policy. International public procurement conference proceedings, 3(1), 133-147. [Comparative]

Kenall, D. (2018). Administrative Remedies for Administrative Disputes: Perfecting Public Control of Public Procurement. Canadian Journal of Administrative Law & Practice, 31(2), 177-200.

Kidalov, M. V., & Snider, K. F. (2011). US and European public procurement policies for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME): a comparative perspective. Business and Politics, 13(4), 1-41. [Comparative]

Knight, L., Harland, C., Telgen, J., Thai, K. V., Callender, G., & McKen, K. (Eds.). (2012). Public procurement: International cases and commentary. Routledge. [Comparative]

Kohler, J. C., & Dimancesco, D. (2020). The risk of corruption in public pharmaceutical procurement: how anti-corruption, transparency and accountability measures may reduce this risk. Global Health Action, 13. [Comparative]

Lalonde, P. M. (2017). The Internationalization of Canada’s Public Procurement. In Georgopoulos, A., Hoekman, B. M., & Mavroidis, P. C. (Eds.), The Internationalization of Government Procurement Regulation(pp. 300-318). Oxford University Press.

Langford, J., & Roy, J. (2010). E-government, service transformation, and procurement reform in Canada. In Dhar, S. (Ed.),  IT Outsourcing: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 1360-1370). IGI Global.

Larson, P. D. (2009). Public vs. Private sector perspectives on supply chain management. Journal of public procurement.

Lawther, W. C. (2007). Advancing Public Procurement: Practices, Innovation and Knowledge-Sharing. Journal of Public Procurement, 7(2), 280. [Comparative]

Lember, V., Kattel, R., & Kalvet, T. (Eds.). (2013). Public procurement, innovation and policy: International perspectives. Springer Science & Business Media. [Comparative]

Liao, D., Orser, B., Riding, A., Duong, C. Q., & Catimel, J. (2017). Canadian federal procurement as a policy lever to support innovation and SME growth. Telfer School of Management.

Lloyd, R. E., & McCue, C. P. (2004, October). What is public procurement? Definitional problems and implications. International Public Procurement Conference Proceedings, 3, 2-18).

Lunau, R. D., Ngo, P. T., & Beaudoin, C. (2007). The Federal Accountability Act: Changes to Procurement and Contracting In Canada. Procurement Lawyer, 42(4), 5-26.

Lysenko, D., Schwartz, E., & Schwartz, S. (2020). Short-Term Effects of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement on Municipal Procurement in Canada. Canadian Public Policy, 46(2), 264-278.

McCue, C., & Roman, A. V. (2012). E-procurement: Myth or reality. Journal of Public Procurement, 12(2), 221-248.

McLachlan, D. D. (1985). Discriminatory Public Procurement, Economic Integration and the Role of Bureaucracy. Journal of Common Market Studies, 23(4), 357-372.

McMurtry, J. J. (2014). The Political Economy of Procurement. Canadian Public Policy / Analyse de Politiques, 40, 26–38.

Miller, F. A., & Lehoux, P. (2020). The innovation impacts of public procurement offices: The case of healthcare procurement. Research Policy, 49(7).

Montalbán-Domingo, L., García-Segura, T., Sanz, M. A., & Pellicer, E. (2018). Social sustainability criteria in public-work procurement: An international perspective. Journal of Cleaner Production, 198, 1355-1371. [Comparative]

Morallos, D., & Amekudzi, A. (2008). The State of the Practice of Value for Money Analysis in Comparing Public Private Partnerships to Traditional Procurements. Public Works Management & Policy, 13(2), 114-125. [Comparative]

Morselli, C., & Ouellet, M. (2018). Network similarity and collusion. Social Networks, 55, 21.

Mukhopadhyay, B. (2011). Evaluating Public Procurement. Review of Market Integration, 3(1), 21-68.

Nelischer, K. (2022). The Development of Quayside: Planning Toronto’s Smart City [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. University of Toronto.

Nesti, L. (2014). The 2010 agreement on mutual enforcement of debarment decisions and its impact for the fight against fraud and corruption in public procurement, Journal of Public Procurement, 14(1), 62-95.

Neu, D., Everett, J., & Rahaman, A. S. (2015). Preventing corruption within government procurement: Constructing the disciplined and ethical subject. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 28, 49-61.

Newman, D. (2004). Is pre-qualification fair and equitable?: The Business of Public Sector Procurement.Summit, 7(5), 14-15.

Nijboer, K., Senden, S. and Telgen, J. (2017). Cross-country learning in public procurement: An exploratory study, Journal of Public Procurement, 17(4), 449-482. [Comparative]

Orser, B., Liao, X. D., Riding, A. L., Duong, Q., & Catimel, J. (2021). Gender-responsive public procurement: strategies to support women-owned enterprises. Journal of Public Procurement.

Patrucco, A. S., Luzzini, D., & Ronchi, S. (2013, June). A systematic literature review on Public Procurement: past trends, future developments. European Operations Management Association (EUROMA) Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Pattanayak, S., & Verdugo-Yepes, C. (2020). Protecting Public Infrastructure from Vulnerabilities to Corruption: A Risk-Based Approach.In Schwartz, M. G., Fouad, M. M., Hansen, M. T. S., & Verdier, M. G. (Eds.), Well Spent: How Strong Infrastructure Governance Can End Waste in Public Investment (pp. 175-200). International Monetary Fund.

Perera, O., Chowdhury, N., & Goswami, A. (2007). State of play in sustainable public procurement. International Institute for Sustainable Development.

Phillips, A. (2010). Canadian Public Procurement Forum Report: Leadership and ethics underpinning procurement: The Business of Public Sector Procurement. Summit, 13(8), 18-22.

Phillips, W., Caldwell, N., & Callender, G. (2007). Public procurement: A pillar of good governance?. Public procurement: International case and commentary, 138-148.

Prier, E., & McCue, C. P. (2009). The implications of a muddled definition of public procurement. Journal of Public Procurement.

Rachwalski, M. (2015). Public Sector Capacity to Plan and Deliver Public/Private Infrastructure Partnerships (P3s): A Case Study of British Columbia's Healthcare Sector (AAINS28417). [Doctoral dissertation, University of Victoria]. Politics Collection.

Rankin, J. H., Chen, Y., & Christian, A. J. (2006). E-procurement in the Atlantic Canadian AEC industry. Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon), 11(6), 75-87.

Reeves-Latour, M., & Morselli, C. (2017). Bid-rigging networks and state-corporate crime in the construction industry. Social Networks, 51, 158-170.

Robinson, P., & Coutts, S. (2019). The case of Quayside, Toronto, Canada. In Anthopoulos, L. (Ed.), Smart city emergence: cases from around the world (pp. 333-350). Elsevier.

Schapper, P. R., Malta, J. N. V., & Gilbert, D. L. (2006). An analytical framework for the management and reform of public procurement. Journal of public procurement.

Scheepbouwer, E., Gransberg, D. D., & del PUERTO, C. L. (2017). Construction engineering management culture shift: Is the lowest tender offer dead?. Frontiers of Engineering Management, 4(1), 49-57.

Schiele, J. J., & McCue, C. P. (2006). Professional service acquisition in public sector procurement: a conceptual model of meaningful involvement. International Journal of Operations & Production Management.

Schiele, J.J. (2009). Contributions of public purchasing departments to competitive acquisition processes for consulting services. Journal of Public Procurement, 9(2), 151-195.

Sikka, P., & Lehman, G. (2015). The supply-side of corruption and limits to preventing corruption within government procurement and constructing ethical subjects. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 28, 62-70.

Sloane, M., Chowdhury, R., Havens, J. C., Lazovich, T., & Rincon Alba, L. (2021). AI and Procurement-A Primer. New York University.

Spohr, J., Wikström, K., & Eriksson, K. (2022). Towards collaborative infrastructure procurement. Public Money & Management, 42(4), 274-283.

Sroka, R. (2021). Mega-Events and Rapid Transit: Evaluating the Canada Line 10 Years After Vancouver 2010.Public Works Management & Policy : A Journal for the American Public Works Association, 26(3), 220-238.

Stahlbrand, L. (2017). “Going the distance so our food doesn’t have to”: case studies of creative public procurement at Canadian and UK Universities. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Wilfred Laurier University.

Steele, G. (2017). The criminal code's procurement crimes: underused tools in canada's anti-corruption effort. Criminal Law Quarterly, 65(1-2), 186-229.

Tibbets, S. D., Masse, M. G., Dahmann, K., & Swick, B. C. (2014). International procurement. International Lawyer, 48 (Year in Review), 231-244.

Tibbets, S. D. (2015). International procurement. International Lawyer, 49 (The Year in Review), 215-218.

Trew, S., & Sinclair, S. (2014). Public procurement. In Sinclair, S., Trew, S., & Mertins-Kirkwood, H. (Eds.), Making Sense of the CETA: An Analysis of the Final Text of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (pp. 24-41). Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives / Centre canadien de politiques alternatives.

Vogel, S., & Bouhafna, E. (2019). Corruption in quebec's construction industry: cleaning the augean stable. Construction Law International, 14(1),40-49.

Wakil, O., & Chernenko, M. (2015). Bid-rigging enforcement without bid-rigging provision: proposal for the repeal of section 47 of the competition act. Canadian Competition Law Review (CCLR), 28(2), 160-177.

Weingärtner, T., Batista, D., Köchli, S., & Voutat, G. (2021). Prototyping a Smart Contract Based Public Procurement to Fight Corruption. Computers, 10(7), 85. [Comparative]

Wood, J. L. (2006). Corporate social accountability: Examining the impacts of ethical purchasing policies on Canadian public institutions [Unpublished master’s thesis]. Simon Fraser University.

World Bank. (2015). Benchmarking Public Procurement 2016: Assessing Public Procurement Systems in 77 Economies. The World Bank. [Comparative]

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Public Private Partnerships

Abdel Aziz, A. M. (2007). Successful delivery of public-private partnerships for infrastructure development. Journal of construction engineering and management133(12), 918-931.

Auerbach, L. (2002). Issues raised by public-private partnerships in Ontario's hospital sector. Canadian Health Coalition.

Bildfell, C. (2018). P3 Infrastructure Projects: A Recipe for Corruption or an Antidote? Public Works Management & Policy23(1), 34-57.

Himmel, M., & Siemiatycki, M. (2017). Infrastructure public–private partnerships as drivers of innovation? Lessons from Ontario, Canada. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space35(5), 746-764.

Hodge, G. A., Greve, C., & Boardman, A. E. (Eds.). (2010). International Handbook on Public-Private Partnerships. Edward Elgar Publishing. [Comparative]

Hurl, C., Valérie L’Heureux, & Kraemer, S. A. (2022). Elite networks in public private partnerships: mapping the enabling field in Ontario. Studies in Political Economy, 103(1), 36-54.

Hussain, S., & McKellar, J. (2020). Exploring the Success of Social Infrastructure Public Private Partnerships: The Complex Case of Bridgepoint Active Healthcare in Ontario, Canada. Public Works Management & Policy,25(3), 259–280.

Hussain, S., & Siemiatycki, M. (2018). Rethinking the role of private capital in infrastructure PPPs: the experience of Ontario, Canada. Public Management Review, 20(8), 1122-1144. 

Iossa, E., & Martimort, D. (2014). Corruption in public-private partnerships, incentives and contract incompleteness. DICE Report, 12(3), 14-16.

Lammam, C., MacIntyre, H., & Berechman, J. (2013). Using public-private partnerships to improve transportation infrastructure in Canada. Fraser Institute Studies in Economic Prosperity.

Martin, L. L. (2016). Making sense of public-private partnerships (P3s). Journal of Public Procurement.

Morallos, D., & Amekudzi, A. (2008). The State of the Practice of Value for Money Analysis in Comparing Public Private Partnerships to Traditional Procurements. Public Works Management & Policy, 13(2), 114-125. [Comparative]

Murphy, T. J. (2008). The case for public‐private partnerships in infrastructure. Canadian Public Administration51(1), 99-126.

Opara, M., & Elloumi, F. (2017). The emergence of public‐private partnerships (P3s) in Alberta: Lessons from the Anthony Henday highway. Canadian Public Administration60(2), 268-288.

Opara, M., & Rouse, P. (2019). The perceived efficacy of public-private partnerships: A study from Canada. Critical Perspectives on Accounting58, 77-99.

Opara, M., Elloumi, F., Okafor, O., & Warsame, H. (2017, June). Effects of the institutional environment on public-private partnership (P3) projects: Evidence from Canada. Accounting Forum, 41(2), 77-95.

Opara, M. (2020). Public-private partnerships in Alberta, Canada: towards the institutionalization of policy reform. Public Administration Quarterly, 44(4), 578-611.

Philpott, T. G. (2007, December). Public-private partnerships: a Canadian hospital's perspective. Healthcare Management Forum, 20(4), 33-36.

Roberts, D. J., & Siemiatycki, M. (2015). Fostering meaningful partnerships in public–private partnerships: innovations in partnership design and process management to create value. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy33(4), 780-793.

Siemiatycki, M., & Farooqi, N. (2012). Value for money and risk in public–private partnerships: Evaluating the evidence. Journal of the American Planning Association78(3), 286-299.

Siemiatycki, M., & Friedman, J. (2012). The trade-offs of transferring demand risk on urban transit public–private partnerships. Public Works Management & Policy17(3), 283-302.

Siemiatycki, M., Reeves, E., & Palcic, D. (2022). The Unresolved Nature of Public-Private Partnerships. Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 1-4. [Comparative]

Siemiatycki, M. (2006). Implications of private-public partnerships on the development of urban public transit infrastructure: The case of Vancouver, Canada. Journal of Planning Education and Research26(2), 137-151.

Siemiatycki, M. (2007). What's the secret? Confidentiality in planning infrastructure using public/private partnerships. Journal of the American Planning Association73(4), 388-403.

Siemiatycki, M. (2009). Delivering transportation infrastructure through public-private partnerships: Planning concerns. Journal of the American Planning Association76(1), 43-58.

Siemiatycki, M. (2011). Urban transportation public–private partnerships: drivers of uneven development?. Environment and planning A43(7), 1707-1722.

Siemiatycki, M. (2012). The global experience with infrastructure public—private partnerships. Planning & Environmental Law64(9), 6-11. [Comparative]

Siemiatycki, M. (2012). The theory and practice of infrastructure public-private partnerships revisited: the case of the transportation sector. University of Barcelona. [Comparative]

Siemiatycki, M. (2013). Public–private partnerships in mega-projects: successes and tensions. In Priemus, H., & van Wee, B. (Eds.), International handbook on mega-projects (pp. 133-157). Edward Elgar Publishing. [Comparative]

Siemiatycki, M. (2013). The global production of transportation public–private partnerships. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research37(4), 1254-1272. [Comparative]

Siemiatycki, M. (2015). Public‐Private Partnerships in Canada: Reflections on twenty years of practice. Canadian Public Administration58(3), 343-362.

Siemiatycki, M. (2015). Public private partnerships in Canada. In Public Private Partnerships (pp. 79-93). Routledge.

The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships. (2011). A Guide for Municipalities. The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships69.

Van den Hurk, M., & Siemiatycki, M. (2018). Public–private partnerships and the design process: Consequences for architects and city building. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research42(4), 704-722.

Vining, A. R., Boardman, A. E., & Poschmann, F. (2004). Public-Private Partnerships in the US and Canada: Case studies and lessons. International Public Procurement Proceedings3, 31-60.

Whiteside, H. (2013). Stabilizing Privatization: Crisis, Enabling Fields, and Public-Private Partnerships In Canada.Alternate Routes, 24, 85-108.


Abrantes-Metz, R. M., & Prewitt, E. (2015). Antitrust compliance 2.0: The use of structural analysis and empirical screens to detect collusion and corruption in bidding procurement processes. Antitrust Chronicle, Competition Policy International.

Achua, J. K. (2011). Anti-corruption in public procurement in Nigeria: Challenges and competency strategies. Journal of public procurement.

Adam, F., Csaki, C., Prier, E., & Bufacchi, V. (2012). Ethical decision making and decision support systems in public procurement-a theoretical discussion. Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, 13(3), 70-81. [EU]

Akaninyene, O. U., & Mark, J. (2015). Effect of ethics and integrity on good public procurement system. AFRREV IJAH: An International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 4(1), 168-176.

Akanyetaba, S. (2018). Procurement Ethics and Contract Performance in the Public Sector: A case study at Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) [Unpublished master’s thesis]. Uganda Management Institute.

Akenroye, T., Owens, J.D., Oyegoke, A.S., Elbaz, J., Belal, H.M. and Jebli, F. (2022). SME’s disinclination towards subcontracting in the public sector markets: an attributional perspective. Journal of Public Procurement, 22(2), 109-127.

Akenroye, T. O., Owens, J. D., Elbaz, J., & Durowoju, O. A. (2020). Dynamic capabilities for SME participation in public procurement. Business Process Management Journal. [UK]

Allen, B. (2021). Does Strategic public procurement for SMEs work?. Evidence Base: A journal of evidence reviews in key policy areas, 2, 39-68.

Amponsah, C. T. (2010). Public-Private Partnerships: Critical Success Factors for procurements of capital projects (AAI3397883). [Doctoral dissertation, Capella University]. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. [US].

Anderson, R. D., Jones, A., & Kovacic, W. E. (2019). Preventing Corruption, Supplier Collusion, and the Corrosion of Civic Trust: Procompetitive Program to Improve the Effectiveness and Legitimacy of Public Procurement. George Mason Law Review, 26(4), 1233-1298.

Arrowsmith, S., Linarelli, J., & Wallace, D. (2000). Regulation public procurement-national and international perspectives. Kluwer Law International BV.

Atkinson, C. L. (2020). Full and open competition in public procurement: values and ethics in contracting opportunity. International Journal of Public Administration, 43(13), 1169-1182. [US]

Ayhan, B., & Üstüner, Y. (2015). Governance in public procurement: the reform of Turkey’s public procurement system. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 81(3), 640–662.

Ayoyi, I. R., & Mukoswa, R. O. (2015). Ethical issues in public procurement in Kenya. International Journal of scientific and Research publications, 5(9), 1-4.

Baird, K. W., & Dibert, S. (2010, April). Ethics and the procurement process: Meeting expectations. Healthcare Management Forum, 23(1), 38-40. [US]

Bals, L., Hartmann, E., & Ritter, T. (2009). Barriers of purchasing departments' involvement in marketing service procurement. Industrial Marketing Management, 38(8), 892-902. [EU]

Bauhr, M., Czibik, Á., de Fine Licht, J., & Fazekas, M. (2020). Lights on the shadows of public procurement: Transparency as an antidote to corruption. Governance, 33(3), 495-523. [EU]

Beth, E. (2007). Integrity in public procurement: Good practice from A to Z. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Bildfell, C. (2018). P3 Infrastructure Projects: A Recipe for Corruption or an Antidote? Public Works Management & Policy : A Journal for the American Public Works Association, 23(1), 34-57. [US]

Bor, J., Chepkwony, J., & Bonuke, R. (2015). Employee perceived interference and professional ethics on non-compliance with public procurement regulations, evidence from Kenya. Organization, 7(5).

Calderón García, H., Fayos Gardó, T., & García García, J. M. (2018). SMEs' dynamic learning capabilities in international public procurement. Journal of Modern Project Management, 5(3), 14-23. [EU]

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