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2. A new geography of innovation—China and India rising
3. Are SWFs Welcome Now?
4. Can the U.S. Remain an Attractive Host for FDI in the Auto Industry? New Labor Policy and Flexible Production
5. Improving infrastructure or lowering taxes to attract foreign direct investment?
6. Indian FDI falls in global economic crisis: Indian multinationals tread cautiously
7. International Investment Arbitration: Winning, Losing and Why
8. Land grab or development opportunity? International farmland deals in Africa
9. National Security with a Canadian Twist: The Investment Canada Act and the New National Security Review Test
10. Outward investment by Trans-Latin enterprises: reasons for optimism
11. Sovereign wealth funds: much ado about some money
12. The global economic crisis and FDI flows to emerging markets
13. The Global Financial Crisis: Will State Emergency Measures Trigger International Investment Disputes?
14. The growth of Brazil's direct investment abroad and the challenges it faces
15. The Revised National Security Review Process for FDI in the US
16. While global FDI falls, China's outward FDI doubles
17. FDI incentives pay—politically
18. Foreign direct investment and U.S. national security: CFIUS under the Obama Administration
19. How BRIC MNEs Deal with International Political Risk
20. How much do U.S. corporations know (and care) about bilateral investmenttreaties? Some hints from new survey evidence
21. International investment law and media disputes: a complement to WTO law
22. Is a model EU BIT possible—or even desirable?
23. It's time for an EU Investment Promotion Agency
24. Mining for facts: PacRim Cayman LLC v. El Salvador
25. Political risk insurance and bilateral investment treaties: a view from below
26. President Obama's International Tax Proposals Could Go Further
27. State-controlled entities as claimants in international investment arbitration:an early assessment
28. The pernicious institution of the party-appointed arbitrator
29. The response to the global crisis and investment protection: evidence
30. Thinking twice about a gold rush: Pacific Rim v El Salvador
31. U.S. BITs and financial stability
32. What will an appreciation of China's currency do to inward and outward FDI?
33. Will China relocate its labor-intensive factories to Africa, flying-geese style?
34. Are resurging state-owned enterprises impeding competition overseas?
35. Beyond treasuries: A foreign direct investment program for U.S. infrastructure
36. Chinese FDI in the United States is taking off: How to maximize its benefits?
37. Emerging challengers in knowledge-based industries? The case of Indian pharmaceutical multinationals
38. Environmental concerns in international investment agreements: The "new era" has commenced, but harmonization remains far off
39. FDI in retailing and inflation: The case of India
40. FDI stocks are a biased measure of foreign affiliate activity
41. From the FDI Triad to multiple FDI poles?
42. Greek FDI in the Balkans: How is it affected by the crisis in Greece?
43. Investment incentives and the global competition for capital
44. Is the party-appointed arbitrator a "pernicious institution"? A reply to Professor Hans Smit
45. Knowledge, FDI and catching-up strategies
46. Responsible agricultural investment: is there a significant role for the law to promote sustainability?
47. Responsible business conduct: Re-shaping global business
48. Shaping global business conduct: The 2011 update of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
49. The backstory of China and India's growing investment and trade with Africa:Separating the wheat from the chaff
50. The coming harmonization of climate change policy and international investment law
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