Our readers may be interested in the recently published book: 'Research Methods in Consumer Law', edited by H-W. Micklitz, A-L. Sibony and F. Esposito. This book aims to critically explore the impacts of different disciplines and methods in consumer law research, with a special emphasis placed on behavioural studies. It consists of three parts: 'Foundations of Behavioural Consumer Legal Research', 'Advances in Behavioural Consumer Legal Research' (with a chapter written by the author of this blog: 'Who Calls the Tune? Stock Taking of Behavioural Consumer Protection in Europe'), 'Insights from Broader Perspectives'.
There is currently a promotion on Elgar website on the hardback copy (see previous link), but it will also be available soon as an e-book on Elgaronline (where you can also opt to purchase individual chapters).