Interpretation of international investment law equality, discrimination, and minimum standards of treatment in historical context
By: Weiler, Todd.Material type: BookSeries: International litigation in practice volume 6.Publisher: Leiden Martinus Nijhoff 2013Description: xlvi,526p. 24cm.ISBN: 9789004232228.Subject(s): Investments, Foreign (International law) | Investments, Foreign (International law) -- History | Investments, Foreign -- Law and legislationDDC classification: 346.92
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 459-511) and index.
The fundamental norms of international investment law -- Historical analysis and the interpretation of international investment -- Protection and security : the standard in historical context -- Protection and security : the standard in historical context -- Fair and equitable treatment : a 'true story' -- Fair and equitable treatment versus the CILMSTA : 'bureaucrats run amok'-- Fair and equitable treatment and arbitrary or discriminatory measures -- Development of the 'treatment no less favourable' standard : from the beginning until 1948 -- Treatment no less favourable in international investment law : from the beginning until today.