The Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law (inbunden)
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Ortino, Federico / Schreuer, Christoph
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The Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law (inbunden)

The Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law

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The Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law aims to provide the first truly exhaustive account of the current state and future development of this important and topical field of international law.
The Handbook is divided into three main parts. Part One deals with fundamental conceptual issues, Part Two deals with the main substantive areas of law, and Part Three deals with the major procedural issues arising out of the settlement of international investment disputes.
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Revue De Droit Des Affaires Internationales 'The Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law' is a true reference book. It provides an exhaustive view of modern investment law and would therefore undeniably be of use to any legal practitioner or academic interested in this subject.

ASIL Newsletter, May 2009 Superbly written, and obviously the product of experienced editing. It presents a logical blueprint for both novice and expert readers. it is supported by useful footnote authorities. The overall subject is covered in a way that defies competition. It is thus a 'must' for business and law libraries...One might also use this book to teach an entire International Law course, premised upon a business-oriented approach. It would certainly be a valuable adjunct to the
many legal courses touched by its grand design.

Freya Baetens, European Journal of International Law, Vol 20 No.3, August 2009 This book performs the role of a twin to the Oxford Handbook of International Trade Law (published in 2009), meaning that it is a standard reference work, the ideal starting point for a search concerning particular investment law issues, for example the rules on expropriation, standards of treatment or compensation. The reader will not only find a comprehensive analysis of the main ideas formulated elsewhere on these topics but also a number of proposals for
improvement in these well-known areas...The book also furthers scholarship on investment law through several interesting contributions on novel themes which have been less extensively elaborated upon elsewhere...the Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law forms an excellent resource for academics
and well as for advanced students of international law.

ASA Bulletin 3 ...addresses the most relevant issues in a systematic way and rationalises the topics that come up most frequently in practice...This book will prove most valuable for practitioners in the field of arbitration.

ASIL Book Prize Committee 2009 important contribution to an emerging field of scholarship. The book provides not only encyclopedic coverage of the relevant legal doctrines, but also innovative theorizing regarding the future of international investment law.

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<br>Peter Muchlinski is Professor in International Commercial Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies, and author of Multinational Enterprises and the Law <br>Christoph Schreuer is Professor in the Department for European, International, and Comparative Law, University of Vienna. Federico Ortino is Fellow in International Economic Law and Director of the Investment Treaty Forum (ITF) at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, and co-editor of Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO Legal System (OUP, forthcoming 2006).<br>


Preface; Abbreviations; A FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES; 1. Policy and Objectives; 2. Investment, Investor, Nationality and Shareholders; 3. Applicable Law; 4. Do we need a Multilateral Investment Agreement?; 5. Relationship Between Investment Treaties and Other Treaties; 6. Trade and Investment; B SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES; 1. Admission of Investment and Right of Establishment; 2. Standards of Treatment; 3. Coverage of Taxation under Modern Investment Treaties; 4. Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment; 5. Expropriation; 6. Emergency Exceptions and Safeguards; 7. Investment Insurance; 8. State Responsibility; 9. Corruption; 10. Transparency; 11. Corporate Social Responsibility; C PROCEDURAL ISSUES; 1. Methods of Dispute Resolution; 2. Transparency and Public Interest; 3. Independence, Impartiality and Duty of Disclosure of Arbitrators; 4. Consent to Arbitration; 5. Jurisdiction and Admissibility; 6. Relationship between International Arbitral Tribunals and Domestic Courts; 7. Parallel International Proceedings; 8. Remedies and Damages; 9. Review of Awards; 10. A Possible Appellate System; 11. Compliance and Enforcement; 12. Precedent; 13. Tribunal's Initiative or Party Autonomy?; Conclusions and Trends