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In many respects the consumer is supposed to be the ultimate beneficiary of the process of market integration in Europe, but the EC Treaty has never included an elaborate recognition of how the EU serves the consumer interest. This highly esteemed book, now in a brand new edition, provides a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction to the subject, explaining the evolution of consumer law and policy in the EC in terms of both legislative and judicial activity.
The book also situates EC consumer law and policy within its broader social, political and economic context, providing a window to a range of wider issues (and tensions) relating to Community regulatory strategies and their effect on the member states.