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The ABC of Online Disclosure Duties: Towards a More Uniform Assessment of the Transparency of Consumer Information in Europe

1 September 2016 - 1 September 2019

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Awarded to: Professor  Joasia Luzak

Research partners:

Funding awarded to Exeter €465000

Sponsor(s): Open Research Area

About the project

The total budget for this 3-year project is ca 465.000 Euro and will allow for comparative and empirical legal research in Germany, the Netherlands, England and Poland. The research aims to develop European guidelines that national enforcement authorities (NEA) should apply to uniformly assess the transparency of disclosures. These guidelines will be drafted on the basis of insights gained from conducting: a) comparative legal research illustrating when a given disclosure is currently assessed as transparent by NEA; b) empirical legal research determining the desired and applied criteria for the transparency’s assessment.