Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Summer reading

While many legal institutions are taking a Summer break, news on legislative processes and case law is somewhat scarce. Those of you (back or still) at work looking for some reading materials related to consumer issues may therefore take the opportunity to read up on the pending proposal for a Common European Sales Law (CESL) or on the legal, political and economic aspects of the ongoing economic crisis in the EU.

Some relatively recent reading tips on the CESL include:

Readers interested in economics and political science may want to consult Professor Eichengreen's reading list. Personally, I would add Sylvia Nasar's 'Grand Pursuit: A Story of Economic Genius', which beautifully recounts the development of economic theory from Dickens's times till today.

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