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Title Party autonomy and the role of information in the internal market / edited by Stefan Grundmann, Wolfgang Kerber, Stephen Weatherill.
Imprint Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, 2001.

Subject European Union -- Information services.
Freedom of information -- European Union countries.
Disclosure of information -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries.
Free trade -- European Union countries.
Alt Name Grundmann, Stefan, 1958-
Kerber, Wolfgang, 1958-
Weatherill, Stephen, 1961-
Description 1 online resource (423 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Note "The papers have been discussed at an authors' meeting in London May 2000"--Preface.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Table of Contents -- Detailed Contents -- List of Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Part 1. The Overall Structure -- Chapter 1. Party Autonomy and the Role of Information in the Internal Market � an Overview -- Part 2. Party Autonomy and Information � Normative and Theoretical Foundations -- Section 1. Constitutional Aspects of Party Autonomy and Its Limits -- Chapter 2. Constitutional Aspects of Party Autonomy and Its Limits � The Perspective of Law -- Chapter 3. Constitutional Aspects of Party Autonomy and Its Limits � The Perspective of Constitutional Economics
Section 2. Information Problems and Market Failure: The Perspective of EconomicsChapter 4. Consumer Information Problems � Causes and Consequences -- Chapter 5. Information in the Market Economy � Cognitive Errors and Legal Correctives -- Part 3. Supremacy of Party Autonomy and Information under the EC Treaty -- Chapter 6. Basic Freedoms � Extending Party Autonomy across Borders -- Chapter 7. Disclosure Rules (Information) as a Primary Tool in the Doctrine on Measures Having an Equivalent Effect
Part 4. Information Rules in EC Secondary Law � Justifying Consumer and Labour Law Standards in GeneralSection 1. Justifying Consumer and Labour Law -- Chapter 8. Justifying Limits to Party Autonomy in the Internal Market � Mainly Consumer Protection (Kirchner) -- Chapter 9. Justifying Limits to Party Autonomy in the Internal Market � EC Legislation in the Field of Consumer Protection -- Chapter 10. A Comment on Party Autonomy and Consumer Regulation in the European Community � A Plea for Consistency -- Chapter 11. Justifying European Employment Law
Chapter 12. Justifying European Employment Law � CommentsSection 2. Information as an Instrument for Party Autonomy -- Chapter 13. Disclosure Rules as a Primary Tool for Fostering Party Autonomy -- Chapter 14. Disclosure Rules as a Primary Tool for Fostering Party Autonomy � Observations from a Functional and Comparative Legal Perspective -- Chapter 15. Information Intermediaries and Party Autonomy � The Example of Securities and Insurance Markets -- Part 5. Party Autonomy and Information Rules in Specific Areas of EC Private Law Legislation
Chapter 16. Party Autonomy and Information in the Unfair Contract Terms DirectiveChapter 17. Contractual Rules Concerning the Marketing of Goods and Services � Requirements of Form and Content versus Private Autonomy -- Chapter 18. Party Autonomy and Information in the Sales Directive -- Chapter 19. The Written Statement Directive � Social Norms, Information, and the Employment Relationship -- Index
ISBN 9783110873030 (e-book)
3110873036 (e-book)
9783110170030
3110170035
OCLC # 891655779
Additional Format Print version: Party autonomy and the role of information in the internal market. Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, 2001 xxv, 397 pages ; 24 cm. 9783110170030 (DLC) 2001052799.


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