Friday, December 16, 2016

Kulick: Reassertion of Control over the Investment Treaty Regime

Andreas Kulick (Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen) has published Reassertion of Control over the Investment Treaty Regime (Cambridge Univ. Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Andreas Kulick, Reassertion of control – an introduction
  • Martins Paparinskis, Masters and guardians of international investment law: how to play the game of reassertion
  • Mavluda Sattorova, Reassertion of control and contracting parties' domestic law responses to investment treaty arbitration: between reform, reticence and resistance
  • Friedrich Rosenfeld, Early dismissal of claims in investment arbitration
  • Freya Baetens, Keeping the status quo or embarking on a new course? Setting aside, refusal of enforcement, annulment and appeal
  • Andreas Kulick, State-state investment arbitration as a means of reassertion of control: from antagonism to dialogue
  • Eleni Methymaki & Antonis Tzanakopoulos, Masters of puppets? Reassertion of control through joint investment treaty interpretation
  • Rumiana Yotova, Systematic integration: an instrument for reasserting the states' control in investment arbitration?
  • Fernando Lusa Bordin, Reasserting control through withdrawal from investment agreements: what role for the law of treaties?
  • Paul Barker, Legitimate regulatory interests: case law and developments in IIA practice
  • Diane Desierto, State control over available remedies in investment arbitration
  • Eric de Brabandere, States' reassertion of control over international investment law: (re)defining 'fair and equitable treatment' and 'indirect expropriation'
  • Nikos Lavranos, How the European Commission and EU member states are reasserting their control over their investment treaties and ISDS rules
  • Michael Waibel, Arbitrator selection: towards greater state control
  • Stephen Wilske & Melanie Eckardt, Arbitrator (issue) challenge: what's the real issue?