The aim of this chapter is to study what is the state of art of the Green Public Procurement in the light of the newest tendencies promoted by the United Nation in the Agenda 2030. The objective is mapping the principal practices and their environmental impact. After an introduction on the topic, we define a theoretical framework regarding the Green Public Procurement. Using a qualitative research methodology such as documental analysis, we review and evaluate electronic documents collected by the European Commission on its website. This list includes the most prominent Green Public Procurement practices, divided in 129 PDF documents (update in August 2016) and separated for each sector. The authors draw a map of the initiative put in place by European public administrations and provide a critical reading of the cases examined based on pertinent theories and models, in particular, the Triple Bottom Line approach.and 29 PDF documents (update in August 2016) and separated for each sector. The researchers present a map of public administrations initiatives and their critical reading on the basis of the main theories and models considered, in particular, the Triple Bottom Line approach.

Litardi, I., Fiorani, G., Alimonti, D. (2020). The State of the Art of Green Public Procurement in Europe: Documental Analysis of European Practices. In Sandro Brunelli, Emiliano Di Carlo (a cura di), Accountability, Ethics and Sustainability of Organizations. New Theories, Strategies and Tools for Survival and Growth (pp. 175-192). Springer, Cham [10.1007/978-3-030-31193-3_9].

The State of the Art of Green Public Procurement in Europe: Documental Analysis of European Practices

Litardi I.;Fiorani G.;
2020-01-01

Abstract

The aim of this chapter is to study what is the state of art of the Green Public Procurement in the light of the newest tendencies promoted by the United Nation in the Agenda 2030. The objective is mapping the principal practices and their environmental impact. After an introduction on the topic, we define a theoretical framework regarding the Green Public Procurement. Using a qualitative research methodology such as documental analysis, we review and evaluate electronic documents collected by the European Commission on its website. This list includes the most prominent Green Public Procurement practices, divided in 129 PDF documents (update in August 2016) and separated for each sector. The authors draw a map of the initiative put in place by European public administrations and provide a critical reading of the cases examined based on pertinent theories and models, in particular, the Triple Bottom Line approach.and 29 PDF documents (update in August 2016) and separated for each sector. The researchers present a map of public administrations initiatives and their critical reading on the basis of the main theories and models considered, in particular, the Triple Bottom Line approach.
Settore SECS-P/07
English
Rilevanza internazionale
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Green public procurement; European Union; Public Administration; Agenda 2030; Documental analysis; Sustainable development goals
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/337471127_The_State_of_the_Art_of_Green_Public_Procurement_in_Europe_Documental_Analysis_of_European_Practices
Litardi, I., Fiorani, G., Alimonti, D. (2020). The State of the Art of Green Public Procurement in Europe: Documental Analysis of European Practices. In Sandro Brunelli, Emiliano Di Carlo (a cura di), Accountability, Ethics and Sustainability of Organizations. New Theories, Strategies and Tools for Survival and Growth (pp. 175-192). Springer, Cham [10.1007/978-3-030-31193-3_9].
Litardi, I; Fiorani, G; Alimonti, D
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