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Acquisitions Publiques par Enchères Électroniques Renversées et Ouvertes : Bilan Synthétique

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  • Robert Gérin-Lajoie
  • Yves Richelle
  • Jacques Robert

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Ce rapport présente le bilan de la première phase du projet « Acquisitions Publiques par Enchères Électroniques Renversées et Ouvertes » financé en partie par le Conseil du Trésor du Gouvernement du Québec. Il y est fait état des principales propositions de réforme aux procédures d'appels d'offres ainsi que des principales conclusions obtenues durant ce projet qui les appuient.

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  • Robert Gérin-Lajoie & Yves Richelle & Jacques Robert, 2001. "Acquisitions Publiques par Enchères Électroniques Renversées et Ouvertes : Bilan Synthétique," CIRANO Project Reports 2001rp-07, CIRANO.
  • Handle: RePEc:cir:cirpro:2001rp-07
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    ; Enchères renversées; appels d'offres; enchères cadencées; Conseil du Trésor; e-procurement; auctions; clock auctions; executive summary;

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