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Transnational Actors in International Investment Law

Edited by: Anastasios Gourgourinis

ISBN13: 9783030606817
Published: February 2022
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 2021)
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This book reviews for the first time some of the less frequently addressed actors in international investment law. Traditional studies concerning actors in international investment law have tended to focus on arbitrators, claimant investors and respondent states. This book explores transnational actors, such as UNCITRAL, the EU, international standardizing bodies, domestic and international courts and tribunals, etc., shedding light on their transnational activity and pluralistic role in international investment law.

Subjects:
International Investment Law
Contents:
Bruno Sousa Rodrigues: UNCITRAL and the Governance of International Investments
Rosario Ojinaga Ruiz and Maria Lina Leiva: EU as a Driver in the Judicialization Process of International Investment Disputes: ISDS Reform and EU Judicial System
Eleni-Amalia Giannakopoulou and Marios Tokas: Compulsory Optionality: International Standardizing Bodies as Transnational Actors in International Investment Law
Krystle Baptista: New Actors in Investment Arbitration: The Legitimate Government
Ioannis Prezas: International Non-investment Courts and Tribunals as Transnational Actors in International Investment Law and Arbitration?
Fulvio Maria Palombino and Gustavo Minervini: Apropos of the External Precedent: Judicial Cross-Pollination between Investment Tribunals and International Courts
Ksenia Polonskaya: Domestic Courts as Transnational Actors in International Investment Law: A Canadian Perspective
Aikaterini Florou: A Middle Path of ISDS Reform: The Principle of Comity as a Means of Strengthening the Role of National Courts in the Enforcement of Investment Arbitral Awards