The consumer in European regulatory private law. A functional perspective on responsibility, protection and empowerment

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This paper explores what normative choices have been made with regard to the image(s) of the consumer in European regulatory private law (ERPL), and whether these choices may (or may not) need revision as insights on consumers’ needs for protection evolve.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Image(s) of the Consumer in EU Law: Legislation, Free Movement and Competition Law
EditorsDorota Leczykiewicz, Stephen Weatherill
Place of PublicationOxford
PublisherHart Publishing
Pages381-400
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Mak, V. (2016). The consumer in European regulatory private law. A functional perspective on responsibility, protection and empowerment. In D. Leczykiewicz, & S. Weatherill (Eds.), The Image(s) of the Consumer in EU Law: Legislation, Free Movement and Competition Law (pp. 381-400). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
Mak, V. / The consumer in European regulatory private law. A functional perspective on responsibility, protection and empowerment. The Image(s) of the Consumer in EU Law: Legislation, Free Movement and Competition Law. editor / Dorota Leczykiewicz ; Stephen Weatherill. Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2016. pp. 381-400
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Mak, V 2016, The consumer in European regulatory private law. A functional perspective on responsibility, protection and empowerment. in D Leczykiewicz & S Weatherill (eds), The Image(s) of the Consumer in EU Law: Legislation, Free Movement and Competition Law. Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp. 381-400.

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The Image(s) of the Consumer in EU Law: Legislation, Free Movement and Competition Law. ed. / Dorota Leczykiewicz; Stephen Weatherill. Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2016. p. 381-400.

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