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									JOURNAL OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT, VOLUME 10, ISSUE 4, 541-563         WINTER 2010



     INTEGRATING GENDER EQUALITY IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT:
                     THE SPANISH CASE
                            Teresa Medina-Arnáiz*


ABSTRACT. Public procurement, as well as constituting a means of providing
goods and services, also represents a powerful legal instrument available to
contracting authorities to ensure compliance with secondary or non-
commercial goals. Among these secondary objectives, equality between
women and men may be highlighted
								
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