EU investors vs EU states: Understanding the international arbitration of investment disputes in Europe

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Series Details 16.08.18
Publication Date 16/08/2018
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The international arbitration of disputes between investors and states has been a controversial issue in Europe, notably in relation to trade deals such as the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

But as Julian Donaubauer and Peter Nunnenkamp wrote, many commonly held beliefs about investor-state dispute settlements were potentially misguided: European investors appeared to be more litigious than non-European investors, and investors won surprisingly few disputes.

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