Bilateral investment treaties
Published in co-operation with the United Nations by Graham & Trotman, 1988 - Law - 271 pages
The increasing internationalization of the world's capital markets, evident in the past decade, has generated pressing economic, social & legal issues. Study & reform of these markets have become necessary in view of their changing nature & the growth of the transactions being conducted on them, as is recognised by market professionals, investors & regulators. Law may provide a framework in which market forces can operate, & parameters of fair behaviour. This new Yearbook offers a forum for debate & comment on such developments under the auspices of the recently formed Capital Markets Forum of the IBA's Section on Business Law (established as a private sector initiative). The Yearbook comprises Articles & Commentary on significant developments (for example, Volume 1 contains articles on 'What is an exchange?', 'The efficient market hypothesis', 'National treatment, harmonization & mutual recognition'), a Year-in-Review section, special reports on seminars & other events of note, a Literature section containing a bibliography & book reviews. Source materials are included when appropriate, & the subject index makes the Yearbook a very accessible source of information.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
AALCC model accordance agreements concluded Annex I Continued April arbitral tribunal bilateral investment treaties bilateral treaties capital-exporting countries clause co-operation code of conduct concerned conciliation concluded by France Conduct on Transnational Contracting Party Convention Countries Signature Entry currency customary international law December developing countries dispute settlement economic effective Egypt enterprises entities Entry into force equitable treatment expropriation fair and equitable February Federal Republic followsi foreign direct investment foreign investment Government host country ICSID Indonesia interest investment agreements Investment Disputes investment treaties concluded investor January July June less favourable matter model treaty most-favoured-nation most-favoured-nation treatment multilateral national treatment nationals or companies negotiations Netherlands November October OECD paragraph payment principle protection of investments prototype treaty provisions refers regard relating Republic of Germany respect Romania September Settlement of Investment specific Sri Lanka standards stipulated subrogation Switzerland territory transfer transnational corporations United Kingdom United Nations United States prototype