Sullo, Arturo (2012) Rilevanza penale dei requisiti generali per la partecipazione all'appalto pubblico. [Ph.D. thesis]
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The dissertation discusses the subject of criminalization in awarding of public contracts. The analysis has involved, firstly, the origins and the reasons of the criminal law interests with particular reference for public contracts, and secondly, the most important questions concerning the rule of requirements to award in public contracts. We analyze how the system of awarding public contracts constitutes a privileged area of criminal purposes. According to these considerations, the research has focused on trying to assess, in terms of effectiveness, the traditional criminal law response compared to "new" criminal methods of intervention. The thesis has therefore analytically focused on the most relevant issues concerning general requirements to award a contract out. The dissertation has involved the identification of who are recipients of that discipline, the findings to satisfy the requirements and the role of Authority’s role like supervisor. At the end, we critically examined the specific causes of exclusion in awarding of public contracts and, in particular, the causes related to the application of preventive measures, those relating who had previous sentences and those causes concerning penalty disqualification.
La tesi affronta il tema della rilevanza penale dei requisiti generali per la partecipazione all’appalto pubblico.
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