Advance Draft of 1996: State Responsibility for Subnational Authorities and Non-State National Entities in a Liberalised World Economy an Analysis of Art. 22 and 23 of the 1994 Energy Charter Treaty
Article from: TDM 0 (2003), in Investor-State Disputes - International Investment Law
Economic Regulation in a Liberalised and Competitive World Economy
The principles of state responsibility for the protection of property of aliens have become over the last decades the major vehicle for international foreign investment law. Most of jurisprudence and discussion has been aimed at defining under what conditions states may - or may not - take foreign-owned proprietary rights and what the the taking state's duty to pay compensation should encompass. There is, however, very little current relevant practice and discussion on the subject-scope of the state's responsibilities assumed under customary international economic law and, ...