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Introduction /Fabrizio Cafaggi and Hans-W. Micklitz The institutional dimension of consumer protection /Samuel Issacharoff and Ian Samuel Public and private enforcement in consumer protection : general comparison EU-USA /Jules Stuyck Public and private enforcement of consumer law in central and eastern Europe : institutional choice in the shadow of EU enlargement /Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt An institutional perspective on the regulation of products in the United States /Catherine M. Sharkey Developing approaches to public and private enforcement in England and Wales /Christopher Hodges Taking the collective interest of consumers seriously : view from Poland /Marek Safjan, Łukasz Gorywoda and Agnieszka Jańczuk Efficiency of the protection of collective interests: judicial and administrative enforcement in the Czech Republic /Luboš Tichý and Jan Balarin Public and private enforcement in consumer protection a Dutch perspective /Ewoud Hondius Compensation and deterrence in consumer class actions in the United States and Europe /Geoffrey P. Miller The reform of directive 98/27/EC /Cristina Poncibò Group actions as a remedy to enforce consumer interests /Astrid Stadler Collective consumer redress reform will it be a paper tiger? /Geraint Howells Negotiation and adjudication. Class actions and arbitration clauses in consumer contracts /Norbert Reich Transborder litigation and private international law: the view from Canada /Geneviève Saumier Cross-border collective damage actions in the EU /Peter Rott Administrative and judicial enforcement in consumer protection : the way forward /Fabrizio Cafaggi and Hans-W. Micklitz.