Investor–state arbitration is on the rise and it is now difficult to simply dismiss its growth as a passing fad. The principal institutions that administer investment arbitrations have seen significant increases in their caseloads during recent years and there is now heavy demand for relevant information on the subject. This guide presents all the key information needed to assess the feasibility and potential advantages of investment treaty claims against different states around the world.
Editor: James H. Carter
International arbitration is a fast-moving express train. The international arbitration community has created other publications that follow these developments regularly. Scholarly arbitration literature follows behind, at a more leisurely pace. There is a niche to be filled by an analytical review of what has occurred in each of the important arbitration jurisdictions during the past year. This volume, to which leading arbitration practitioners around the world have made valuable contributions, seeks to fill that space.
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