From rule export to institution building : consumer law at the EU's doorsteps
Title: From rule export to institution building : consumer law at the EU's doorsteps
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publisher
Citation: Special Issue of Journal of Consumer Policy, 2013, Vol. 36, No. 3
ISSN: 1573-0700; 0168-7034
Some of the contributions of this special issue were first presented at a workshop during the thirteenth Mediterranean Research Meeting organized by the EUI's Robert Schuman Centre in March 2012. The workshop examined the up-take of consumer protection and competition law rules in the nations of the Mediterranean Region and the interaction of such transplanted rules with existing private law regimes in those jurisdictions (a topic which we investigate in the EU context in an ERC funded project on European Regulatory Private Law). Two further contributions focus on jurisdictions from Central and Eastern Europe (Hungary and Poland) and provide an interesting counter-point to the experiences of the aspirant nations, given that Hungary and Poland have now been EU Member States for almost a decade.
Table of Contents:
-- Introduction, Hans-W. Micklitz, Yane Svetiev Pages 203-208 -- How Consumer Law Travels, Yane Svetiev Pages 209-230 -- Understanding the Enforcement Malfunction of Consumer Legislation in Serbia, Marija Karanikic Miric Pages 231-246 -- The Impact of EU Norms and Policies on Consumer Protection Enforcement in Serbia, Andrea Fejos Pages 247-268 -- EU Consumer Law Outside the European Union: The Case of Albania, Mateja Djurovic Pages 269-285 -- Enforcement Activity in Consumer Protection Regulation in Croatia, Tatjana Josipovic Pages 287-314 -- Unfair Consumer Contract Terms Under Macedonian Law: How the Old and the New Function in Practice, Nenad Gavrilovic Pages 315-328 -- To B2C or Not to B2C. Some Reflections on the Regulation of Unfair Commercial Practices from a Polish Perspective, Monika Namyslowska Pages 329-342 -- Institutional Design in Hungary: A Case Study of the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive, V. Balogh, K. J. Cseres Pages 343-365
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