In an epilogue, Gurney steps aside from the dispassionate mode of the social historian to declare the discourse of consumer sovereignty
"a pernicious fiction" (209).
offered a better safeguard for consumer sovereignty
because it included
But as long as consumer sovereignty
is an intensely promoted principle, many do not even realize that their supremacy is an illusion.
In its purest form, consumer democracy (or consumer sovereignty
) is the autonomy of consumers to determine what goods and services are to be produced and how the scarce economic resources are to be utilised based on their purchasing behaviour.
and Lande, R.H., 'Consumer Sovereignty
: A Unified Theory of Antitrust and Consumer Protection Law', 1997, Antitrust Law Journal, vol.
A fourth explanation, linked closely to this promotion agenda, revolves around the notion of consumer sovereignty
, which views individual consumer choice as the principal source of production, pricing, and regulatory decisions by business and governments (Princen 2010a).
Volume 3 examines areas including the political demise of the property tax, consumer sovereignty
and quasi-market failure, and corruption and economic growth.
Americans who exercise consumer sovereignty
wherever Barack Obama still tolerates it are constantly disappointing him.
In part, this resistance is aided by the economic concept of consumer sovereignty
(CS) and its presumption that choice promotes wellbeing.
In an autonomous society one must have a true market with consumer sovereignty
. A democratic society is an autonomous (self-limited) society with respect to any political excesses and in the works and acts of the collectivity, and is incompatible with today's huge concentration of economic power (the present system functions essentially nondemocratically).
rejects consumer sovereignty
. Nor does price theory merely embrace