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This chapter takes as its starting point the ‘information approach’ which is the basis of current EU consumer protection legislation. It argues that the findings of behavioural economics suggest that the ‘information approach’ does not in practice achieve the protection of the consumer which it is trying to achieve. Insights and techniques gained from behavioural economics can be used as the basis for more effective consumer protection legislation, while at the same time respecting the principle of consumer autonomy which is the fundamental (though sometimes unstated) principle of EU internal market law.
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