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MSPM 6150 Planning and Administering Project Contracts: Welcome & Course Readings

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MSPM 6150 Course Readings

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Boyce, T., & Lake, C. (2009). The contract. In The commercial manager (Chapter 2, pp. 31–72). London: Thorogood Publishing Ltd.

Boyce, T., & Lake, C. (2009). Contract performance. In The commercial manager (Chapter 3, pp. 73–107). London: Thorogood Publishing Ltd.

Boyce, T., & Lake, C. (2009). Negotiation. In The commercial manager (Chapter 5, pp. 155–181). London: Thorogood Publishing Ltd

Boyce, T., & Lake, C. (2009). Principles of commercial risk management. In The commercial manager (Chapter 6, pp. 185–215). London: Thorogood Publishing Ltd.

Boyce, T., & Lake, C. (2009). Post-delivery risk. In The commercial manager (Chapter 7, pp. 217–242). London: Thorogood Publishing Ltd.

Caniato, F., Longoni, A., & Moretto, A. (2012). Effective eProcurement implementation process. Production Planning & Control, 23(12), 935–949.

Edwards, J. (2006). Project procurement management in practice. In The AMA handbook of project management (Chapter 15, pp. 196–205). New York, NY: American Management Association International.

Good, H. (2015). Making public procurement strategic. Public Manager, 44(2), 9–11.

Rinkavage, E., Bennis, P., & Gaul, C. (2006). Project management: Partnering with procurement. Government Procurement, 14(2), 6, 8.

Watt, J., Kayis, B., & Willey, K. (2010). The relative importance of tender evaluation and contractor selection criteria. International Journal of Project Management, 28, 51–60.

Other Readings

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