The dissertation is a novel study on the Polish literature market. In an interesting manner, it presents an important issue in terms of economy and state institutions, namely, public procurement. Her experience as a practitioner, as shown in her arguments for choosing the subject of research, enables the author to present the issue of public procurement from a perspective different than that adopted by scholars to date. The research possesses both theoretical and practical dimensions. The author sets the analysis of public procurement as a main tool of state-building in post-conflict states as her main research goal.
This dissertation is a specialised compendium of information about the legal and institutional system of Afghanistan. In this research, analysis of the functioning of public procurement law is contextualised through the presentation of a broad systemic background. In this manner, the dissertation constitutes one of the more detailed presentations of practical aspects of the Afghan law in general, and especially in the Polish literature.