Eu consumer law and human rights oxford studies in european law iris benohr on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers traditionally consumer law has played an instrumental role in the eu as a tool for market integration. Oxford studies in european law the first comprehensive analysis of consumer protection and fundamental rights in eu law examines the major implications of the lisbon treaty for consumer protection and human rights addresses critical areas in consumer law such as electronic communications credit agreements and over indebtedness access to . Eu consumer law and human rights oxford studies in european law through a systematic analysis of relevant cases the book traces the development of a human rights dimension in consumer law and details the potential ramifications that the post lisbon legal framework may have on consumer protection and on related policy issues this book . About the images of the consumer in eu law this book consists of contributions exploring from different perspectives the images of the consumer in eu law the images of the consumer form the foundation for various eu policies more or less directly oriented towards the goal of consumer protection. Traditionally consumer law has played an instrumental role in the eu as a tool for market integration there are now signs in the new eu legal framework and case law which suggest this may be changing
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