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Law and Economics in Europe
In the following paper we investigate how EU law conceptualizes the individual to whom internal market regulation is addressed. To this end, we take as an analytical point of departure a stylized information paradigm, whereby for reasons of internal market benefits, market players have to bear the burden of perceiving and processing information that is relevant in respect of an intended transaction, as well as disadvantages should they be ill-equipped to cope with this assignment. We will showdoi:10.1007/978-94-007-7110-9_13 fatcat:s5a2uripsfaj3og3xjjx366oaq