The Role of the State in Investor-State Arbitration

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Edited by Shaheeza Lalani and Rodrigo Polanco Lazo, The Role of the State in Investor-State Arbitration is a collection of contributions from lawyers, arbitrators and political scientists on the development of the concept of the “State” in a field that currently presents an increasing number of controversial disputes: Investor-State Arbitration.
The book analyzes the limits of the host State as a regulator, studying issues such as attribution and the role of State-Owned Enterprises and sub-State entities; the changing role of the home State in Investor-State disputes, including its direct participation in Investor-State arbitration and State to State dispute settlement; and the overall role that both home and host States can play in the improvement of Investor-State Dispute Settlement.

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Shaheeza Lalani, Director of the Doctoral Program (World Trade Institute, University of Bern), Ph.D. (University of Lausanne), MSc. (London School of Economics), LL.B. and B.C.L. (McGill University), Barrister & Solicitor (British Columbia).

Rodrigo Polanco Lazo, PhD. Candidate (World Trade Institute, University of Bern), LL.M. (New York University), Bachelor and Master of Laws (University of Chile), Lawyer and Assistant Professor of International Economic Law (University of Chile).
FOREWORD
Shaheeza Lalani

THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION: INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
Michael E. Schneider

PART I. STATE POWERS AND INVESTOR-STATE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
Krista Nadakavukaren Schefer

CHAPTER 1: STATES AND FOREIGN INVESTMENT: A LAW OF THE TREATIES PERSPECTIVE
Tarcisio Gazzini

CHAPTER 2: THE REGULATORY STATE AND THE DUTY OF CONSISTENCY
Danielle Morris

CHAPTER 3: THE TRANSPLANTATION OF LEGITIMATE EXPECTATIONS IN INVESTMENT TREATY ARBITRATION: A CRITIQUE
Teerawat Wongkaew

CHAPTER 4: HOST STATES AS CLAIMANTS: CORRUPTION ALLEGATIONS
Dai Tamada

PART II. STATES AND THE INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION REGIME
Stephen Gelb

CHAPTER 5: THE CONCEPT OF THE STATE IN INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION: A SOCIAL SCIENCE PERSPECTIVE
Todd Tucker

CHAPTER 6: THE IMPACT OF INVESTMENT TREATY LAW ON HOST STATE BEHAVIOR: SOME DOCTRINAL, EMPIRICAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY INSIGHTS
Mavluda Sattorova

CHAPTER 7: DOMESTIC DEMANDS AND INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS: WHAT CAUSES INVESTOR STATE DISPUTES?
Zoe Williams

CHAPTER 8: EXIT, VOICE, AND LOYALTY IN INVESTMENT TREATY ARBITRATION: A SUMMARY
Anna Katselas

CHAPTER 9: INTER-GOVERNMENTAL CONSIDERATION OF INVESTOR-STATE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT AT THE OECD-HOSTED FREEDOM OF INVESTMENT (FOI) ROUNDTABLE
David Gaukrodger

PART III. THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE STATE IN INVESTOR-STATE DISPUTES
Rodrigo Polanco Lazo

CHAPTER 10: TOWARDS A GREATER ROLE FOR STATE-TO-STATE ARBITRATION IN THE ARCHITECTURE OF INVESTMENT TREATIES?
Michele Potestà

CHAPTER 11: THE ROLE OF THE STATE AFTER AN AWARD IS RENDERED IN INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION
Tomonori Mizushima

CHAPTER 12: THE RETURN OF THE HOME STATE AND THE RISE OF ‘EMBEDDED’ INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION
Wolfgang Alschner

CHAPTER 13: ILLEGAL INVESTMENTS AND ACTIONS ATTRIBUTABLE TO A STATE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW 226
Sergey Usoskin

PART IV. ATTRIBUTION OF CONDUCT OF NON-STATE ORGAN ENTITIES: AN INTRODUCTION
Georgios Petrochilos

CHAPTER 14: THE EUROPEAN UNION INVESTMENT ARBITRATION REGIME AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: THE NEED FOR A SYNCHRONIZATION OF EFFORTS
Cornel Marian

CHAPTER 15: STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES IN THE CURRENT REGIME OF INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION
Ji Li

CHAPTER 16: THE MANY FACES OF STATES IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW: SUPRANATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, UNRECOGNIZED STATES AND SUB-STATE ENTITIES
Chien-Huei Wu

THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE HOME AND THE HOST STATE IN INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION: SOME CONCLUSIONS
Rodrigo Polanco Lazo
All those interested in Investor-State arbitration.