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Christian Iaione
The In House Providing In European Law: When Nothing Gets Lost In Translation
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Professors Mario Comba and Steen Treumer have co-edited a book entitled The In-House Providing in European Law.  The book comprises various contributions, two of which address the in house providing issue in a broader perspective and from an EU law perspective. "The In-House Providing: The Law as It Stands in the EU" by Roberto Caranta, and "In-House providing - European regulations vs. national systems" by Fabrizio Cassella fall within this category. Other contributions look into the interpretation and implementation at national level in six member states: "In-House Providing in Germany" by Martin Burgi; "In-House Providing in Italy: the circulation of a model" by Mario Comba; "In-House Providing in Spanish Public Procurement" by Julio González Garcia; "In-House Providing in Polish Public Procurement Law" by Marcin Spyra; "In-House Providing in Denmark" by Steen Treumer; "From the indivisible Crown to Teckal: the In-House provision of works and services in the UK" by Martin Trybus.

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