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DEVELOPMENT, FDI & INVESTMENT TREATIES IN LATIN AMERICA

LINKS TO DOCUMENTS:

  1. Full Agenda
  2. The Challenges of Attracting Foreign Direct Investment for Latin America’s Sustainable and Diversified Economy: Lessons Learned From Ecuador (Nathalie Cely and Gustavo Dominguez)
  3. From Investors’ Arbitration to Investment Arbitration: A Mechanism for Allowing the Participation of Host State Populations in the Settlement of Investment Conflicts. Full Version (José Daniel Amado)
  4. From Investors’ Arbitration to Investment Arbitration: A Mechanism for Allowing the Participation of Host State Populations in the Settlement of Investment Conflicts. Executive Version. (José Daniel Amado)
  5. Overview of Research on Investment Treaty Arbitration (Gus Van Harten)
  6. Empirical report on arbitrator decision-making (Gus Van Harten)
  7. Criticisms of investment treaty arbitration (Gus Van Harten)
  8. Suggestions for reform of investment treaty arbitration (Gus Van Harten)
  9. Empirical research on arbitrators, focusing on lack of women arbitrators (Gus Van Harten)
  10. Bad Samaritans: Rich Nations, Poor Policies, and the Threat to the Developing World (Ha-Joon Chang)
  11. The Emerging Civilization of Investment Arbitration (Andrea Bjorklund)
  12. The Persistent Role of States in Controlling Dispute Settlement and Lawmaking (Andrea Bjorklund)
  13. Practical and legal avenues to make the substantive rules and disciplines of international investment agreements coverage (Andrea Bjorklund)
  14. Corporations as Lawmakers(Julian Arato)
  15. State Control over Interpretation of Investment Treaties (Lise Johnson and Merim Razbaeva)
  16. Development Matters: Emerging trends in Investment Treaty Arbitration (Todd Tucker)
  17. Public Statement on the International Investment Regime