Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2007

Journal

American Society of International Law Proceedings

Journal ISSN

0066-0647

Volume

101

First Page

459

Last Page

461

Abstract

I. INTRODUCTION

Earlier speakers offered insights about investment law and its implications for the future of domestic administrative law and international law. To bring us full circle, I will discuss where we are today so that we can consider where we want development law to be tomorrow. In pursuit of that goal, I offer empirical data related to investment treaty arbitration. My goal today is to focus on three claims about investment treaty arbitration and consider the data's potential implications.

Comments

Investment Law, Dispute Resolution, and the Development Promise: Back to the Future

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