We are delighted to announce that the newest publication of our Director, Professor Christian Tams, co-edited with Rainer Hofmann, Julian Scheu and Stephan W. Schill is available now!
Investment Protection, Human Rights, and International Arbitration in Extraordinary Times, published by Nomos, Baden-Baden, is exploring the interplay between investment protection, human rights and international arbitration.
In twelve chapters, the present volume analyses different thematic interactions between investment law and human rights in order to develop a more context-specific understanding.
The interaction of investment protection, human rights, and international arbitration is complex. Theories on their interaction are helpful starting points. At the same time, general formulas reach their limits as soon as it comes to evaluating concrete issues. In twelve chapters, the present volume therefore analyses different thematic interactions between investment law and human rights in order to develop a more context-specific understanding. With contributions by Filip Balcerzak, Gustavo Becker, Christina Binder, Tillmann Rudolf Braun, Barnali Choudhury, Henner Gött, Martin Gronemann, Edward Guntrip, Malte Gutt, Anna Hankings-Evans, Rainer Hofmann, Markus Krajewski, Juan Ignacio Massun, Tomasz Milej, Julian Scheu, Stephan W. Schill, Peter-Tobias Stoll, Christian J. Tams and Anne van Aaken.
Congratulations to all involved! The book is available here.