Incremental, Systemic, and Paradigmatic Reform of Investor-State Arbitration
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In Imperfect Alternatives: Institutional Choice and the Reform of Investment Law, Sergio Puig and Gregory Shaffer introduce comparative institutional analysis to evaluate alternative processes for resolving investment disputes. The impetus for this article is clear: many states view investor-state arbitration as akin to a horse that has bolted from the barn. Wishing to close the stable door, a wide range of states are considering the merits of various reform proposals. Puig and Shaffer’s comprehensive and balanced framework for assessing the tradeoffs involved in making different choices is thus a welcome and timely intervention in these (often highly polarized) debates.
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Roberts, A. (2018). Incremental, Systemic, and Paradigmatic Reform of Investor-State Arbitration. American Journal of International Law, 112(3), 410-432. doi:10.1017/ajil.2018.69