Foundations of international investment law : bringing theory into practice / edited by Zachary Douglas, Joost Pauwelyn and Jorge E. Viñuales. - First edition. - Oxford (U.K) Oxford University Press, 2014, - xliii, 541 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Rational design or accidental evolution? The emergence of international investment law / The nature of investment disciplines / Analogies and other regimes of international law / Ordering paradigms in international investment law : bilateralism, multilateralism, multilateralization / The sociology of international investment law / The scope and limits of trade's influence in shaping the evolving international investment regime / The sources of foreign investment law / No right without a remedy : foundations of investor-state arbitration / Building legitimacy through interpretation in investor-state arbitration : on consistency, coherence, and the identification of applicable law / Against consistency in investment arbitration / Sovereignty in foreign investment law / Property, investment, and the scope of investment protection obligations / Control mechanisms in international investment law / The balancing (and unbalancing?) of interests in international investment law and arbitration / Differentiating among international investment disputes / Coordinating adjudication processes / Joost Pauwelyn -- Ursula Kriebaum -- Martins Paparinskis -- Stephan W. Schill -- Moshe Hirsch -- Mark Wu -- Florian Grisel -- Sergio Puig -- Jürgen Kurtz -- Thomas Schultz -- Jorge E. Viñuales -- Zachary Douglas -- Anne van Aaken -- Alex Mills -- Julie A. Maupin -- Michael Waibel.


Investments, Foreign--Law and legislation.
Investments, Foreign (International law)

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