This book offers a comparative law and economics analysis of the changing landscape of EU consumer law enforcement policy now that EU member states are moving away from purely public or private law enforcement towards a more mixed approach. The book reflects on the need for efficient enforcement designs and examines the economic factors according to which the efficiency of different enforcement mechanisms can be assessed. A variety of hypothetical case scenarios are considered to illustrate various consumer law problems and the findings are used to assess real life situations in countries with different enforcement traditions.
Number Of Pages: 334
Published: 1st May 2014