Politicians’ preferences in public procurement

New paper in Local Government Studies, with Amandine Lerusse as lead author, on local politicians ’ preferences for price and non-price criteria in public procurement, using discrete choice experiments. It explores public procurement as a means to achieving environmental, innovative and social objectives. We find that politicians’ preferences for non-price criteria are strongly connected to ideological reasoning and to a limited extent to strategic reasoning.

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