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Cost Benefit Analysis of sustainable public procurement - EP01024

The aim of this study is to deliver peer reviewed robust evidence of a cost benefit analysis of a sample of sustainable public procurement initiatives to evaluate their efficacy as a policy tool. The case studies aimed to cover the three pillars of sustainability: Social, environmental, and economic issues, and to embrace efficiency, equity, up-stream, and down-stream impacts arising from the selected procurement initiatives.
Project Documents
• Final Report : SCP008 Final Report   (911k)
• Abstract : SCP008 External Review Statement   (142k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2006

To: 2006

Cost: £50,000
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Environmental Protection              
Sustainable Procurement