|aConsumer law and policy :|btext and materials on regulating consumer markets /|cby Iain Ramsay.
|aOxford :|bHart Publishing,|c2007.
|axli, 788 p. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -772) and index.
|aSetting the context -- Rationales for consumer law and policy -- Frameworks and forms of regulation of consumer markets -- Case study: standard form consumer contracts and unfair terms -- Case study: consumer redress and access to justice -- The regulation of deceptive and unfair commercial practices -- Implementation and enforcement of unfair commercial practices law -- Deceptive and unfair advertising -- The rise, pause and rise of an agency: the Office of Fair Trading -- Regulation of consumer credit markets -- Quality regulation and post-purchase quality problems -- Product safety regulation.
|aConsumer protection|xLaw and legislation|zGreat Britain.