xxiv, 373 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
9780854900688 hardback 0854900683 hardback
JCL studies in comparative law ; no. 3.
"Originally published as a symposium issue of the Penn State Law Review"--P.  of cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Contractual modifications of the arbitral process /Hans Smit Ascertaining the parties' intentions in arbitral design /George A. Bermann State interests and arbitration: the Russian model /William E. Butler Agreements to arbitrate and the predictability of procedures /Lawrence W. Newman Arbitration, civilization and public policy: seeking counterpoise between arbitral autonomy and the public policy defense in view of foreign mandatory public law /Christopher S. Gibson Private ordering and international commercial arbitration /Christopher R. Drahozal Personal autonomy and vacatur after Hall Street /Richard C. Reuben How Congress can make a more equitable Federal Arbitration Act /Richard A. Bales and Sue Irion Empirical research on consumer arbitration: what the data reveals /Sarah R. Cole and Kristen M. Blankley Consumer arbitration in the evolving Canadian landscape /Geneviève Saumier The emerging civilization of investment arbitration /Andrea K. Bjorklund The relevance of the interests of third parties in arbitration: taking a closer look at the elephant in the room /Stavros Brekoulakis Denial of benefits and article 17 of the Energy Charter Treaty /Loukas A. Mistelis and Crina Mihaela Baltag Restating the U.S. law of international commercial arbitration /George A. Bermann, [et al.] Judicial approbation in building the civilization of arbitration /Thomas E. Carbonneau.