International studies in human rights ; 119. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN ; 9789004328037.
In Investor - state arbitration and human rights Filip Balcerzak examines the interrelations between human rights and international investment law. The work discusses whether, and how, human rights arguments may be presented in the course of arbitral proceedings based on investment treaties. The work identifies three model situations, derived from existing arbitral jurisprudence, which provide the backdrop and methodological tool underpinning the book's legal analysis. The work considers the perspectives of both host states and investors and analyzes all stages of arbitral proceedings - jurisdiction, admissibility, merits, compensation and costs - to determine the potential impact of human rights on the outcome of proceedings.
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Introduction Model Situations When Human Rights are Relevant for Investor - State Arbitration Human Rights Context of Jurisdiction and Admissibility in Investor - State Arbitration The Impact of Human Rights on the Merits of Investor - State Arbitration Compensation and Costs in Investor - State Arbitration and the Issue of Human Rights Conclusions.
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Print version: Balcerzak, Filip, author. Investor-state arbitration and human rights Leiden ; Boston : Brill/Nijhoff, 2017