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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 2, February 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Legitimacy Of Establishing Right Of Return Without Reason In Indonesian E-Commerce From The Perspective Of Behavioral Economics

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AUTHOR(S)

Yue Guan

 

KEYWORDS

Right of Return without Reason, E-commerce, Behavioral Ecomonics.

 

ABSTRACT

With the increasing protection of consumer rights, the system of right of return without reason has been regarded as an important methode of consumer protection by more and more countries. Due to the conflict with the principle of freedom of contract, the system of right of return without reason has always been disputed in the theoretical circles. Behavioral economics provides a new perspective for the theoretical study of the right of return without reason. It puts forward the bounded rationality theory on the basis of criticizing the basic assumption of the "Homo Economicus / Economic Man" in classical economics. The bounded rationality theory explains the conflict between the right of return without reason and the freedom of contract principle, and is also an important basis for the right of return without reason. The main research method in the article is the literature research method. Under the circumstance that current Indonesian law does not have right of return without reason, this article will provide a theoretical basis for the right of return without reason in Indonesian law system.

 

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