Book review on - Contracte administrative: reglementare legala si tipologie, authored by Liana-Teodora Pascariu, Lumen Publishing House, 2017
Keywords:review, administrative contracts, the legal regime.
This review is about the book entitled Administrative Contracts. Legal regulation and typology (Contracte administrative: reglementare legala si tipologie, Editura Lumen, Iasi, Romania), the author of which is Mrs. Lecturer PhD. Liana-Teodora Pascariu. The book was published at Lumen Publishing House in Iasi in 2017 and manages to develop in a detailed manner the regime of administrative contracts, starting from a historical look at the appearance of administrative contracts and analyzing the evolution of the theory of administrative contracts, including a section on Administrative contracts in the comparative law.
Bilouseac, I. A. (2017). Book review on “Contracte administrative: reglementare legala si tipologie, authored by Liana-Teodora Pascariu, Lumen Publishing House, 2017. Logos Universality Mentality Education Novelty, Section: Law, V(1), 61-63. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18662/lumenlaw.2017.0501.06
Pascariu, L. (2017). Contracte administrative: reglementare legala si tipologie. Iasi, Romania: Editura Lumen.
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