Consumer Protection Legislatio

RES-ECON
362
Section: 
01
Credits: 
3
Meets: 
TU
TH
Spring 2014

An introduction to basic issues in the seller-consumer relationship and to laws designed to protect consumers from unsafe products and fraudulent business practices. Topics include: product safety, consumer fraud, unfair business practices, and analysis of economic and social impact of consumer regulation.

Instructor: 
SPIRE Class Number: 
58190

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