International Arbitration and Procedure: Transparency, Legitimacy and Bias
AbstractInternational Arbitration and Procedure. The topic is one of great current relevance for both academics and practitioners in the field of international dispute resolution. The volume of international arbitration is ever increasing, with a proliferation of international investment treaties. This has raised questions regarding the balancing of different interests at stake, the openness of procedures and the correct forum for bringing disputes. As the field of international arbitration continues to expand, more effective and innovative solutions are called for. In the current issue of GroJIL our authors approach issues of transparency, legitimacy and bias in international arbitration. Each contribution focuses on providing solutions to the gaps, inconsistencies and downfalls that continue to pervade international arbitration.
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