The ICSID Convention is a multilateral treaty that governs the settlement of disputes, chiefly through arbitration, between States and foreign investors. This Commentary gives a detailed description of the meaning and application of the ICSID Convention, with reference to the growing body of decided cases.
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'A wonderful work! Intellectually enriching, remarkably balanced in its coverage of the explosion of caselaw in the field since 2001, and very elegantly produced.' Judge Christopher J. Greenwood, International Court of JusticeFrom the Publisher:
This unique compendium offers an article-by-article commentary to the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States. Providing a comprehensive explanation of the functioning of this important mechanism for the settlement of investor-host State disputes, it incorporates the preparatory work, the Convention's text, various rules and regulations adopted under the Convention, the practice of arbitral tribunals under the Convention and academic writings on the subject. The first edition of this work has been relied upon by numerous arbitral tribunals. This second edition follows the same system and approach, but extensive updates reflect the vast increase in arbitral practice since the publication of the first edition. A number of novel issues that have emerged through this practice are now addressed, making this practice-oriented guide an indispensable tool for anyone dealing with the ICSID Convention.
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Descripción Cambridge University Press, 2009. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 2. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0521885590