To Risk or Not to Risk? The State's Perspective of Investor-State Dispute Resolution at the 20th Anniversary of MIGA
Article from: TDM 2 (2011), in Investor-State Disputes - International Investment Law
The world is currently witnessing significant changes in investor-state relations arising from the ongoing financial credit crisis and global recessionary pressures. The recent and continuing seismic shifts in the regulation of financial capital herald a new era of global governmental activism in capital markets that, alongside stimulus plans and bailouts, may yet culminate in significant nationalizations of corporate assets, public-private ring fencing of so-called toxic assets, further governmental decisions to support (or not) certain companies, and fundamental changes in financial ...