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Standards of investment protection

Standards of investment protection

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Investments, Foreign (International law),
  • Arbitration and award, International.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by August Reinisch.
    ContributionsReinisch, August., Conference on Standards of Investment Protection (2007 : Law School of the University of Vienna)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK3830 .S73 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxvi, 264 p. ;
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22844184M
    ISBN 100199547432, 0199547440
    ISBN 109780199547432, 9780199547449
    LC Control Number2008279324

    Reinisch, A., ed. Standards of Investment Protection. Oxford: Oxford University Press, E-mail Citation» This edited volume offers a detailed examination of standards of investment protection aiming to shed light on the current meaning of such standards . On 3 November the Protection of Investment Act 22 of was passed in Parliament (the Act) despite staunch opposition. It is not difficult to understand why there has been opposition to the Act. Background. On 1 November the first Promotion and Protection of Investment Bill (the first Bill) was introduced in South Africa (SA).

    Investment protection is a broad economic term referring to any form of guarantee or insurance that investments made will not be lost, which may be through fraud or otherwise. For example, the Investment Protection Bureau is a New York state legal body which is charged, according to the New York State Securities Law (the Martin Act), to protect the public from fraud by monitoring and limiting. A. Reinisch (ed), Standards of Investment Protection (OUP ). N. Rubins/N.S. Kinsella, International Investment, Political Risk and Dispute Resolution (Oceana Dobbs Ferry, New York ). V. Supplementary Readings R. Dolzer/M. Stevens, Bilateral Investment Treaties (Martinus Nijhoff ).

    Typically, BITs contain, a guarantee of most favored nation treatment and national treatment; a guarantee of full protection and security; an assurance of fair and equitable treatment; a guarantee of compensation if investment is expropriated; a guarantee of free transfer of payments, etc. [10] The vast majority of BITs contain investment. But that is not the only way of dealing with foreign investment. International human rights law may protect foreign investment directly, if it falls within the personal and substantive scope of the rules, but will articulate protection as related to protection of individual rights, rather than objects (investments).


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This volume examines the standards of treatment, demanded from host states, that form the basis of contemporary international investment protection. It analyses the core standards commonly contained in bilateral and multilateral investment treaties, including 'fair and equitable treatment', 'full protection and security', and the non-discrimination : Hardcover.

The Paperback of the Standards of Investment Protection by August Reinisch at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : August Reinisch. Based on a conference held at the University of Vienna by the International Law Association Committee on the Law of Foreign Investment on Standards of Investment Protection, this book examines the growing interest in substantive treatment standards as a result of the increase in investment arbitration proceedings, and focuses on the identification of a possible consensus of interpretation.

This book examines the standards of treatment demanded by host states, which form the basis of contemporary international investment protection.

It analyses the core standards commonly contained in bilateral and multilateral investment treaties, including ‘fair and equitable treatment’, ‘full protection and security’, and the non-discrimination standards. Standards of Investment Protection August Reinisch.

Provides the first systematic overview of the substantive framework of investment protection; Includes a comprehensive analysis of the case-law before arbitral tribunals, outlining a framework for the practical interpretation of the treatment standards.

Based on a conference held at the University of Vienna by the International Law Association Committee on the Law of Foreign Investment on Standards of Investment Protection, this book examines the growing interest in substantive treatment standards as a result of the increase in investment arbitration proceedings, and focuses on the identification of a possible consensus of Author: August Reinisch.

4 Standards of Investment Protection. Introduction; Relative standards of protection: MFN and NT. Post-Establishment MFN and NT; Post-establishment MFN; Post-establishment National Treatment; Investment Liberalization: NT and MFN in the Pre-Establishment Phase; Absolute standards of protection. No expropriation without compensation; Fair and equitable treatmentAuthor: Jonathan Bonnitcha.

Standards of Investment Protection Introduction: Interrelationship of Standards Christoph Schreuer September The upsurge of investment arbitration in the last ten years or so has made a strong impact on the substantive standards provided by investment treaties.

Practice has shifted Size: 36KB. This book examines the standards of treatment demanded by host states, which form the basis of contemporary international investment protection.

Standards of investment protection. [August Reinisch;] -- "This volume examines the standards of treatment demanded from host states that form the basis of contemporary international investment protection. Investment: Substantive Standards of Protection.

This book surveys and analyses the nature of FET as a ""new"" rule of customary law that is non-contingent and absolute in that it protects a given entity irrespective of the treatment which may be accorded to others.

The author explores whether the often-heard criticism of the international investment protection regime is by: Free 2-day shipping.

Buy Standards of Investment Protection (Hardcover) at   Based on a conference held at the University of Vienna by the International Law Association Committee on the Law of Foreign Investment on Standards of Investment Protection, this book examines the growing interest in substantive treatment standards as a result of the increase in investment arbitration proceedings, and focuses on the identification of a possible consensus of Format: Paperback.

"The comprehensive doctoral thesis provides much food for thought on an important, ubiquitous and practically relevant treaty standard. While the book preserves the structure of an academic thesis rather than a practitioner's handbook, the meticulous review and analysis of the arbitration awards provides helpful guidance and classification of typical scenarios covered by the broadly formulated.

dispute settlement. The chapter on investment is mostly patterned along the lines of BITs. 13 Other regional arrangements that cover investment protection include the Agreement Establishing the → Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the Protocol of Colonia for the Promotion and Protection of Investments (→ MERCOSUR) and the.

Downloadable. The Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) in its Part III which regulates standards of protection guaranteed to foreign investors by the ECT States members, together with the Article 24 of the ECT, constitutes a kind of autonomous investment treatment within the ECT.

The ECT provides for a very broad spectrum of standards of protection: fair and equitable treatment; most constant Cited by: 1. This chapter examines recent investment arbitration practice related to the standard of investment protection known as full protection and security.

Full protection and security traditionally enjoyed an undisputed scope of application in the field of physical protection of the assets and individuals connected with an investment; however, this standard is less frequently applied than other.

Paparinskis, M; () Substantive Standards of Investment Protection Under EU Law and International Investment Law. In: Ruiz-Fabri, H and Gaillard, E, (eds.) EU Law And International Investment Arbitration.

Juris: Huntington, NY, USA. favoured-nation provisions, the other standards of investment protection are ‘absolute’: they establish minimum standards applicable to covered foreign investment irrespective of the treatment applicable to other investments.

Because standards of investment protection are often formulated in vague terms, a. Buy Standards of Investment Protection by August Reinisch from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £THE NEW STANDARDS FOR INVESTOR PROTECTION: AN ANALYSIS OF REGULATION BEST INTEREST, FORM CRS AND TWO INTERPRETATIONS OF THE US INVESTMENT ADVISERS ACT By David W.

Soden and Cody J. Vitello Associates in the Chicago office of Vedder Price P.C. and members of the firm’s Investment Services Group and Private Fund Formation subgroup.VII Standards of Protection. 1 Fair and equitable treatment (a) History of the concept (b) Heterogeneity of treaty language (c) Nature and function (d) Fair and equitable treatment and customary international law (e) The evolution of the fair and equitable treatment standard (f) Methodological issues (g) Attempts to define fair and equitable Author: Rudolf Dolzer.