This book surveys the Public International Law developed to protect foreign investment made by multinational corporations. It assesses the role of multinational corporations in making foreign investments, and considers ways in which misconduct on the part of such corporations in host states could be controlled. Focusing on the protection of foreign investment and its associated problems, Sornarajah explores treaty-based methods, and examines several bilateral and regional investment treaties. He takes account not only of the law, but also of the relevant literature in economics, political science and other associated disciplines.New forms of foreign investment Unlike earlier forms of contract which favoured the foreign investor, modern forms of foreign ... The early measures of ensuring such change lacked sophistication. ... They are supported by agreements such as the management agreement (which is based on the divorce of ownership fromanbsp;...
|Title||:||The International Law on Foreign Investment|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2004-08-26|