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International investment political risk and dispute resolution: a practitioner's guide

By: Rubins, Noah.
Contributor(s): Kinsella, Stephan N.
Publisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2005Description: xl, 769 p.ISBN: 9780379215229.Subject(s): Investments | Foreign - Law and legislation | Investments | Foreign - Political aspects | Arbitration and award | InternationalDDC classification: 332.763 Summary: An ideal practitioner's tool, this book clearly examines international law and provides practical steps that can be taken to minimize political risk and to deal with expropriation when it occurs. A systematic format covers relevant international law; defines political risk in general and in its most common forms; discusses available investment treaties and related mechanisms and institutions that might make a given developing country more attractive than another; considers pre-investment decisions that can reduce political risk, from ways to structure transactions to procuring investment insurance; and details the options open to an investor after an investment is affected. International Investment, Political Risk, and Dispute Resolution provides a practical, sophisticated, and comprehensive discussion of all the relevant issues related to political risk: The political risk of expropriation, both direct and indirect Subtle yet nefarious forms of indirect and creeping expropriation that can be more difficult to prove, identify, quantify, and protect against Protections available under international law to minimize such political risks The role of bilateral investment treaties, government-sponsored and private investment insurance, and various provisions that may be utilized in investment agreements between the investor and the host state Measures and steps that can be taken to reduce or respond to political risk, including the proper application of international arbitration
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An ideal practitioner's tool, this book clearly examines international law and provides practical steps that can be taken to minimize political risk and to deal with expropriation when it occurs. A systematic format covers relevant international law; defines political risk in general and in its most common forms; discusses available investment treaties and related mechanisms and institutions that might make a given developing country more attractive than another; considers pre-investment decisions that can reduce political risk, from ways to structure transactions to procuring investment insurance; and details the options open to an investor after an investment is affected. International Investment, Political Risk, and Dispute Resolution provides a practical, sophisticated, and comprehensive discussion of all the relevant issues related to political risk: The political risk of expropriation, both direct and indirect Subtle yet nefarious forms of indirect and creeping expropriation that can be more difficult to prove, identify, quantify, and protect against Protections available under international law to minimize such political risks The role of bilateral investment treaties, government-sponsored and private investment insurance, and various provisions that may be utilized in investment agreements between the investor and the host state Measures and steps that can be taken to reduce or respond to political risk, including the proper application of international arbitration

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