The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development addresses a wide range of issues
relevant to consumers, in particular through its Committee on Consumer Policy
(CCP) of which the Commission is an active member.
The three main areas of work of the CCP are:
- Building consumer trust in the digital economy
Impact of new technologies and emerging business practices on consumers
- Examining consumer policy regimes, including the economic underpinning of consumer policy and its interaction with competition policy
The work of the CCP led to the OECD adopting a number of major policy documents, e.g.: