Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy 2019

Lisa Sachs (Redaktør) ; Lise Johnson (Redaktør) ; Jesse Coleman (Redaktør)

The Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy is an annual publication which provides a comprehensive overview of current developments in the international investment law and policy field, focusing on recent trends and issues in foreign direct investment (FDI), investment treaty practice, and investor-state arbitration. Les mer
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The Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy is an annual publication which provides a comprehensive overview of current developments in the international investment law and policy field, focusing on recent trends and issues in foreign direct investment (FDI), investment treaty practice, and investor-state arbitration.

Edited by an Editorial Committee and overseen by an Advisory Board of esteemed global experts in the field of international investment law, the Yearbook is an essential tool for practitioners and academics looking for a resource of timely and authoritative information in this field.

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PART I: Year in Review
a. Developments in Foreign Investment
1: Ilan Strauss: 2019 Trends in FDI Flows and Policy
2: Daniel D. Bradlow and Andria Naudé Fourie: Financing for Sustainable Development in 2019: ESG Considerations 'Go Mainstream' and its Implications
3: José Antonio Ocampo and Tommaso Faccio: Taxation of International Investment: The Search for Consensus
4: Joel Dahlquist: Institutional Developments in International Investment Law and Policy
5: Geoffrey Gertz: Home State Measures toward Foreign Investment
6: Sofia Baliño and Nathalie Bernasconi-Osterwalder: Investment Facilitation Update: Initiative Among WTO Member Group Prepares for Twelfth Ministerial Conferenc
7: Wouter Schmit Jongbloed: Political Risk Insurance in an Age of Managed Trade
8: Jesse Coleman, Lise Johnson, Ella Merrill, and Lisa Sachs: International Investment Agreements 2019: A Review of Trends and New Approaches
b. Developments in Investor-State Arbitration
9: Catharine Titi: Recent Developments in ISDS: Jurisdiction and Admissibility: Procedure and Conduct
10: Damien Charlotin: 2019 Developments in Investment Treaty Arbitration (Merits)
c. Thematic Developments in Investment Policy
11: Kyla Tienhaara: Environment, Climate, and Renewables
12: Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss: ISDS and Intellectual Property in 2019: The Case of the Dog that Didn't Bark
13: Federico Ortino and Maria Laura Marceddu: Intersections Between Trade and Investment Law and Policy: The Common Causes Underlying the Crisis of Dispute Settlement
14: Nicholas J. Diamond: Developments in Investment and Human Rights in 2019
15: Zoe Phillips Williams: Investor -State Arbitration in the Extractive Industries in 2019
16: Thierry Berger and Lorenzo Cotula: Land in International Investment Law and Dispute Settlement: Developments in 2019
d. Region Reports
17: Chin Leng Lim: Developments in International Investment Law and Policy in Asia
18: Hannes Lenk: Developments in International Investment Law and Policy in the European Union
19: Facundo Pérez-Aznar: Developments in International Investment Law and Policy in Latin America
20: Todd Tucker: Developments in International Investment Law and Policy in North America
Part II
Andrés Eduardo Alvarado Garzón: Compensation with a Chess Clock? The Interaction of Statutes of Limitation with the Calculation of Damages in Investment Arbitration
Juan Miguel Alvarez: The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA): A New Chapter in the Discussion about ISDS between Developed Countries
Esmé Shirlow: The Promises and Pitfalls of Investor-State Mediation
Catharine Titi: Opinion 1/17 and the Future of Investment Dispute Settlement: Implications for the Design of a Multilateral Investment Court

Om forfatteren

Lisa Sachs is the Director of the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI). Since joining CCSI in 2008, she established and now oversees the three areas of focus for CCSI: investments in extractive industries, investments in land and agriculture, and investment law and policy. She specializes in extractive industries, foreign investment, corporate responsibility, and integrated economic development. She received a B.A. in Economics from Harvard University,
and earned her J.D. and an M.A. in International Affairs from Columbia University, where she was a James Kent Scholar and recipient of the Parker School Certificate in International and Comparative Law.

Lise Johnson is the Investment Law and Policy Head at the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI). Her work at CCSI centers on analyzing investment treaties and treatybased investor-state arbitrations, and examining the implications those instruments and cases have for host countries' domestic policies and sustainable development strategies. In addition, she concentrates on key institutional and procedural aspects of the investment law framework, including efforts to increase
transparency in and legitimacy of investor-state dispute settlement. She has a B.A. from Yale University, J.D. from University of Arizona, LL.M. from Columbia Law School, and is admitted to the bar in California.

Jesse Coleman is a legal researcher for the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI). Her work at CCSI focuses on investment law and policy, natural resources, and the intersection between human rights and sustainable development. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Bachelor of Laws from Trinity College Dublin, and holds a Master of Law from the University of Cambridge, where she specialized in international law. Her research while at Cambridge focused on the
interplay between international human rights law and land-based investment.