Can the Mauritius Convention Serve as a Model for the Reform of Investor-State Arbitration in Connection With the Introduction of a Permanent Investment Tribunal or an Appeal Mechanism? – Analysis and Roadmap
115 Pages Posted: 17 Sep 2019
Date Written: June 3, 2016
This research paper seeks to analyze whether the Mauritius Convention on Transparency could provide a useful model for broader reform of the investor-State arbitration framework. To this end, it proposes a possible roadmap that could be followed if States were to decide to pursue a reform initiative aimed at replacing or supplementing the existing investor-State arbitration regime in international investment agreements (IIAs) with a permanent investment tribunal and/or an appeal mechanism for investor-State arbitral awards.
It was prepared for the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) within the framework of a project of the CIDS.
Keywords: CIDS Report
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