Frankfurt Investment and Economic Law series

Series editors: Rainer Hofmann, Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany, Christian J. Tams, University of Glasgow, UK and Stephan Schill, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Germany

The Frankfurt Investment and Economic Law series addresses a core field of international law whose importance is likely to increase further as globalization progresses: international economic law. Serving as a forum for dialogue and cutting-edge debate, its scope takes in the legal regime governing international economic relations at large with a particular focus on international investment law.

Seeking to look beyond practical concerns raised in this field, the series addresses conceptual and foundational issues relating to the theory of international investment law – including questions of legitimacy and policy, the interaction with other fields of international and domestic law (both public and private), and interdisciplinary approaches to investment law and policy. Its intellectual foundations link to the workshops held in Frankfurt in connection with the annual Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court.

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