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EUROPEAN CONTRACT LAW: ITS POSSIBILITY, FEASIBILITY AND DESIRABILITY. Guido Alpa, The Future of European Contract Law: Some Questions and Some Answers, 3-17; Katherine Boele-Woelki / Vesna Lasié, Where Do We Stand on the Rome I Legislation?, 19-41; Mauro Bussani, The Geopolitical Role of a European Contract Code, 43-52; Serge Gijrath / Jan Smits, European Contract Law in View of Technical and Economic Relations, 53-90; Peter-Christian Müller-Graff, Closer Cooperation in European Community Contract Law, 91-105; Rodolfo Sacco, Does Contract Law Have a Future?, 107-114; Carla Sieburgh, The Principle of Social Conformity, 115-131; Stephen Weatherill, Maximum or Minimum Harmonisation: What Kind of 'Europe' Do We Want?, 133-46. THE COMMON FRAME OF REFERENCE AND THE PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT LAW. Jürgen Basedow, The Common Frame of Reference and Insurance Contract Law, 149-158; Carlo Castronovo, Common Frame of Reference: Conciliation or Clash?, 159-167; Steven Bartels / Ivo Giesen, The Principles of European Law on Service Contracts: The Rules on Medical Treatment in a Future Europe Compared to the Rules in the Netherlands, 169-181; Marcel Fontaine, Les principes d'Unidroit et la protection de la partie faible, 183-193; Ole Lando, Termination for Breach of Contract in the CISG, the Principles of European Contract Law, the Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts and Chinese Law, 195-210. THE HARMONIZATION OF NATIONAL CONTRACT LAW. Luisa Antoniolli, The Italian Consumer Code: A Milestone or a Monument, 213-230; Stathis Banakas, Intruding into Contracts between Others: The English Way, 231-246; Willem Grosheide, Reflections on the Protection of the Weak Party in Dutch and EU Contract Law, 247-263; Bernd Stauder, Die Europäisierung des schweizerischen Privatrechts: das Bespiel des Reiserechts, 265-279. THE BETTER LAW APPROACH TO EUROPEAN CONTRACT LAW. Patrick Glenn, Multivalent Logic and the Rome Convention, 283-290; Arthur Hartkamp, Unjustified Enrichment and Condictio Indebiti in European Community Law, 291-305; Willibald Posch, Does it matter whether Culpa in Contrahendo is Located in Tort Delict or Contract, 307-320; Oliver Remien, Enforced Performance in European Contract Law: The Story of the Poor Banabans and the Hope for Happier Europeans, 321-332; Simon Whittaker, The Interpretation of Concepts in European Private Law, 333-345. CONSUMER CONTRACTS IN EUROPE. Martijn Hesselink, SMEs in European Contract Law, 349-371; Paul Knol, Consumer Contracts for Electronic Communications Services, 373-385; Hans-W Micklitz, Some Considerations on Casis de Dijon and the Control of Unfair Contract Terms in Consumer Contracts, 387-410; Thom van Miero, Consumer Protection on the Single Market: Self-Regulation for Dating Service, 411-424; Jules Stuyck, Who is a Consumer?, 425-434.