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2. Multilateral investment disciplines: Don’t forget the GATS!
3. Recalibrating interpretive authority
4. Regional concentration of FDI involves trade-offs in post-reform India
5. The case for a framework agreement on investment
6. The China-United States BIT negotiations: A Chinese perspective
7. The “spaghetti bowl” of IIAs: The end of history?
8. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: A critical perspective
9. Which host country government actors are most involved in disputes with foreign investors?
13. A business perspective on a China - US bilateral investment treaty
14. Achieving sustainable development objectives in international investment: Could future IIAs impose sustainable development-related obligations on investors?
15. Are trade-law inspired investment rules desirable?
16. Beware the discretionary choices of arbitrators
17. Common structures of investment law in an age of increasingly complex treaty-making
18. Cost Allocation in Investment Arbitration: Back Toward Diversification
19. Do host countries really benefit from inward foreign direct investment?
20. Downstream Processing in Developing Countries: Opportunity or Mirage?
21. EU investment agreements and the search for a new balance: A paradigm shift from laissez-faire liberalism toward embedded liberalism?
22. Go out and manufacture: Policy support for Chinese FDI in Africa
23. How do consumer-focused multinational enterprises affect emerging markets?
24. How the private sector is changing Chinese investment in Africa?
25. 依赖自然资源缺乏远见:非洲国家如何促使 IFDI 多元化?
26. Infrastructure for ore: Benefits and costs of a not-so-original idea
27. Investor-state dispute settlement: A government’s dilemma
28. Labor provisions in bilateral investment treaties: Does the new US Model BIT provide a template for the future?
29. Lessons from South Africa’s BITs review
30. Minority rules: State ownership and foreign direct investment risk mitigation strategy
31. Myopic reliance on natural resources: How African countries can diversify inward FDI
32. The Arab Awakening, act II: Time to move more boldly on investment
33. The compensatory nature of moral damages in investor-state arbitration
34. The Futile Debate over a Multilateral Framework for Investment
35. The global significance of transatlantic investment rules
36. The Need for an International Investment Consensus-Building Process
37. Three challenges for China’s outward FDI policy
38. Toward a Multilateral Framework for Investment
39. Trying to change the rules for responding to arbitration unilaterally: The proposed new framework for investor-state dispute settlement for the EU
40. Absent from the discussion: The other half of investment promotion
41. A China – US Bilateral Investment Treaty: A Template for a Multilateral Framework for Investment?
42. A good business reason to support mandatory transparency in extractive industries
43. A new economic nationalism? Lessons from the PotashCorp decision in Canada
44. Attracting FDI through BITs and RTAs: Does treaty content matter?
45. Different investment treaties, different effects
46. Does It Matter Who Invests in Your Country?
47. Economic patriotism: Dealing with Chinese direct investment in the United States
48. Evaluate Sustainable FDI to Promote Sustainable Development
49. FDI, catch-up growth stages and stage-focused strategies
50. FDI stocks are a biased measure of MNE affiliate activity: A response
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