Economic appraisals of rule-making in the new society: why, how, and what does it mean? The challenge for the consumer

J.A. Hamilton, M. Wisniewski, C.E.F. Rickett (Editor), T.G.W. Telfer (Editor)

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Abstract

Consumer protection law in the age of globalisation poses new challenges for policy-makers. The growth of international consumer transactions in the wake of technological change and the globalisation of markets suggests that governments can no longer develop consumer protection law in isolation from the international legal arena.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Perspectives on Consumers' Access To Justice
Place of PublicationNew York, USA
PublisherCambridge University Press
Pages196-227
Number of pages31
ISBN (Print)052182432X
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Keywords

  • economics
  • consumerism
  • justice
  • consumer law
  • International economies

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Hamilton, J. A., Wisniewski, M., Rickett, C. E. F. (Ed.), & Telfer, T. G. W. (Ed.) (2003). Economic appraisals of rule-making in the new society: why, how, and what does it mean? The challenge for the consumer. In International Perspectives on Consumers' Access To Justice (pp. 196-227). New York, USA: Cambridge University Press.