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Collaborative purchasing in public procurement: A comparative study
Název práce v češtině: Centrální zadávání veřejných zakázek: Komparativní studie
Název v anglickém jazyce: Collaborative purchasing in public procurement: A comparative study
Klíčová slova: Veřejné zakázky, Centrální zadávání, Metoda maximální kvazi-věrohodnosti, Evropská unie, Data o veřejných tendrech, Centralizace
Klíčová slova anglicky: Public procurement, Collaborative purchasing, Maximum Quasi-likelihood estimation, European Union, Public tender data, Centralization
Akademický rok vypsání: 2017/2018
Typ práce: bakalářská práce
Jazyk práce: angličtina
Ústav: Institut ekonomických studií (23-IES)
Vedoucí / školitel: PhDr. Miroslav Palanský, Ph.D.
Řešitel: skrytý - zadáno vedoucím/školitelem
Datum přihlášení: 13.06.2018
Datum zadání: 13.06.2018
Datum a čas obhajoby: 10.09.2019 09:00
Datum odevzdání elektronické podoby:31.07.2019
Datum proběhlé obhajoby: 10.09.2019
Oponenti: Petr Pleticha, M.Sc.
 
 
 
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Seznam odborné literatury
Palanský, M., Skuhrovec J. (2016), “Collaborative purchasing: Foreign best practises and lessons for Czech Republic” EconLab z.s.

Albano, G. L., Sparro, M. (2010) “Flexible strategies for centralized public procurement” Review of Economics and Institutions, 1.2.

McCue, C. , E. Prier (2007). “Using Agency Theory to Model Cooperative Public Purchasing. Advancing Public Procurement: practices, Innovation and Knowledge-sharing”. B. Raton, FL: PrAcademic Press: 45-70.

Reimarová, H. (2011). “Transaction Costs in Public Procurement” Retrieved from http://ies.fsv.cuni.cz/work/index/show/id/1565/lang/en

Walker, H., Schotanus, F., Bakker, E. and Harland, C. (2013), Collaborative Procurement: A Relational View of Buyer–Buyer Relationships. Public Admin Rev

OECD (2011), “Centralised Purchasing Systems in the European Union”, Sigma Papers, No. 47, OECD Publishing.
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Research question and motivation

One of the currently discussed ways to make a public procurement more efficient is the collaborative purchasing. Therefore, European Union's legal framework on public procurement took this procurement practice into account in directives and various member states reacted by implementing central purchasing strategies. Using central purchasing is beneficial for governments, because of bargaining power, transactions costs reduction and network effects.
In my thesis I will focus on the public central purchasing systems in various European countries. I will compare, in detail, institutional setup for central purchasing, centrally purchased commodities and I will examine outcomes of collaborative public procurements systems in these countries.

My research questions are as follows: Does collaborative purchasing have positive effect on public procurement competition? Are the small and medium enterprises less likely to win the centralized tender? Does the countries specific factors as corruption or centralization affect the tender outcome?

I think, that it is important to work on this topic to provide the analysis of central purchasing systems in other European countries and examine their efficiency, because collaborative public procurement might help governments to reduce the costs and to increase transparency. On the other hand, there is also need to study effect of aggregating demand on the market.

Contribution

Various studies providing conceptual background for collaborative purchasing can be found (McCue, 2007). There are several studies analyzing the central purchasing systems in the EU including the Czech Republic (Palanský and Skuhrovec, 2016). However, an econometric analysis of this topic on data of public procurement from whole EU was not conducted yet. Empirical evidence on the practices of EU member states regarding collaborative public procurement purchasing can serve policy makers in designing the optimal strategy to achieve more efficient public procurement outcomes.

Methodology

Primarily I will analyze data provided by Datlab (project Dighiwist), where the information about public procurement since 2009 from EU member states and seven other states are captured. Data contains specifications of the buyer, winner of the public procurement, final price, type of the public procurement and other useful facts. I am going to conduct an econometric analysis using MLE and OLS.

Outline

Introduction
Effects of purchasing centrally
Central procurement in the EU
Empirical part
Conclusion
 
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