Vol. 4 Nbr. 1, March 2008
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- Introduction: re-shaping consumer policy in Europe enabling consumers to act?
- Current state and prospects of consumer policy: an introductory essay.
- Sustainability policy and the law.
- Risk regulation without political conflicts? Regime structures in food safety politics in Germany, Great Britain and the Netherlands.
- New players enter the game: effects of marketization of social policies.
- Consumer citizen: the constitution of consumer democracy in sociological perspective.
- Claiming consumers' rights: patterns and limits of adversarial legalism in European consumer protection.
- Public health in the EU: is Europe subject to Americanization?
- Legitimising supranational risk regulation: the EU pharmaceutical and food safety regimes.