Socially Responsible Public Procurement and Set-Asides: A Comparative Analysis of the US, Canada and the EU
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Keywords:sustainable public procurement, Public procurement, socially responsible public procurement (SRPP), Sustainability, set-asides, Set-asides, best value for money (BVM), Best value for money, disadvantaged employees, Disadvantaged employees, indigenous communities, Indigenous communities, sheltered workshop, Sheltered workshop, US small business, Canadian Procurement strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB), Canadian Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB), European directives, European public procurement directives
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