Tuesday, September 20, 2011

New Issue: Journal of International Dispute Settlement

The latest issue of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement (Vol. 2, no. 2, August 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Thomas Schultz, Arbitration as an iPhone, or Why Conduct Academic Research in Arbitration?
  • William W. Park, Arbitration in Autumn
  • George A. Bermann, ‘Domesticating’ the New York Convention: the Impact of the Federal Arbitration Act
  • François Ost, The Twelfth Camel, or the Economics of Justice
  • Stephan W. Schill, Allocating Adjudicatory Authority: Most-Favoured-Nation Clauses as a Basis of Jurisdiction—A Reply to Zachary Douglas
  • Alexander Orakhelashvili, The Competence of the International Court of Justice and the Doctrine of the Indispensable Party: from Monetary Gold to East Timor and Beyond
  • Katherine Del Mar, Weight of Evidence Generated through Intra-Institutional Fact-finding before the International Court of Justice
  • Ralf Michaels, A Fuller Concept of Law Beyond the State? Thoughts on Lon Fuller’s Contributions to the Jurisprudence of Transnational Dispute Resolution—A Reply to Thomas Schultz
  • Peer Zumbansen, Debating Autonomy and Procedural Justice: The Lex Mercatoria in the Context of Global Governance Debates—A Reply to Thomas Schultz
  • David Holloway, Avoiding Duplicative Litigation about Arbitration Awards within the EU
  • Sophie Nappert & Dieter Flader, A Psychological Perspective on the Facilitation of Settlement in International Arbitration—Examining the CEDR Rules
  • David Schneiderman, Legitimacy and Reflexivity in International Investment Arbitration: A New Self-Restraint?