African Public Procurement Law Journal

APLU established the African Public Procurement Law Journal (APPLJ) to stimulate and foster academic engagement and debate in the field of public procurement law and regulation on the African continent. The Journal is the first platform devoted exclusively to research into public procurement law in Africa and will be published with open access online by APLU.

The APPLJ will publish contributions online on a continuous basis and in consolidated form twice a year – in June and December. It will publish high quality papers on themes and sub-themes relevant to procurement law and regulation in Africa. The Journal intends to make widely accessible, information on African public procurement law, regulation and policy and provide readers with scholarly and in-depth analysis on the same. The Journal is aimed at a diverse audience of academics, practitioners, regulators, policy makers, government officials and students.

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