Friday, June 10, 2011

Alvarez & Sauvant: The Evolving International Investment Regime: Expectations, Realities, Options

José E. Alvarez (New York Univ. - Law) & Karl P. Sauvant (Columbia Univ. - Columbia Program on International Investment) have published The Evolving International Investment Regime: Expectations, Realities, Options (Oxford Univ. Press 2011). Contents include:
  • Roberto Echandi, What do Developing Countries Expect from the International Investment Regime?
  • Howard Mann, Civil Society Perspectives: What Do Key Stakeholders Expect From the International Investment Regime?
  • Peter T. Muchlinski, Regulating Multinationals: Foreign Investment, Development and the Balance of Corporate and Home Country Rights and Responsibilities in a Globalizing World
  • Stanimir A. Alexandrov, On the Perceived Inconsistency in Investor-State Jurisprudence
  • Susan D. Franck, Considering Recalibration of International Investment Agreements: Empirical Insights
  • Petros C. Mavroidis, All Clear on the Investment Front: A Plea for a Restatement
  • John Cobau, Legal Developments in U.S. National Security Reviews of Foreign Direct Investment (2006-2008)
  • Nassib G. Ziadé, Challenges and Prospects Facing the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
  • John H. Dunning & Sarianna M. Lundan, The Changing Political Economy of Foreign Investment: Finding a Balance Between Hard and Soft Forms of Regulation
  • Rainer Geiger, Multilateral Approaches to Investment: The Way Forward
  • Brigitte Stern, The Future of International Investment Law: A Balance Between the Protection of Investors and the States' Capacity to Regulate
  • James Zhan, Jorg Weber & Joachim Karl, International Investment Rulemaking at the Beginning of the 21st Century: Stocktaking and Options for the Way Forward
  • Andrea K. Bjorklund, Improving the International Investment Law and Policy System: Report of the Rapporteur