xxii, 390 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
9041131787 acid-free paper 9789041131782 acid-free paper
Energy and environmental law & policy series ; v. 7.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -385) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Foreign Direct Investment in Power Generation in a Developing Country The Developing Country's Power Sector and the Need for Investment Protection Legal and Financial Structure Passing through the Project Company's Obligations The Project Company's Remuneration : Firm Capacity Protection against Changes in Law and Changes in Tax Breach of Contract, Remedies and Host Government Responsibility External Investment Protection Measures Legal Characterizations of the IPP Model's Investment Protection The International IPP Market : Can It Maximize Social Welfare? Risk-bearing Superiority and Exposure to Market Risks The Host Country's Procurement Process Decides the Sponsors' Incentives The East Asian Crisis and the IPP Model's Experiences An Analysis of IPP Case Law A Scope for Proactive Legal Adjudication The Role of Political Risk Coverage The IPP Model's Consequences for Development : A Mixed Record Will Rectification Compromise the Private Sector's Willingness to Invest? The Interaction between Investment Protection and Development.
K3982 .I53 2010
Austin : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business,