This two-volume set contains a compilation of path-breaking and well-cited literature as well as otherwise original contributions to the international debate on consumer protection. It focuses in particular on the role and policy of consumer law as well as on the approaches and methods of research in this domain. Key papers regarding the various instruments and issues surrounding consumer law are included. The picture that emerges from this title is an area of law that is profoundly international and multidisciplinary. This collection will be a useful tool for consumer law researchers and valuable to those engaged by this popular practice area.
Contributors include: O. Bar-Gill, H. Beale, J.F. Kennedy, H-W. Micklitz, D. Owen, I. Ramsay, N. Reich, M. Trebilcock, S. Weatherill, W. Whitford.
Edited by Thomas Wilhelmsson, Professor Emeritus of Civil and Commercial Law and Chancellor Emeritus, University of Helsinki, Finland and Geraint Howells, Dean and Chair Professor of Commercial Law, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.