This project concerns experimental legislation; temporary regulations to determine whether new rules are as effective as previously expected. Attention is mainly focused on the legal design of experimental regulations. When is experimental regulation useful or necessary, how do the experimental regulations work in practice and what can be learned from this for new legislation?
The Centre for Public Contract Law & Governance is an expert centre of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. It focuses on government contracts, public procurement, distributing scarcity, public-private legal relationships, semi-public entities, and distribution of responsibilities on the market.