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Arbitration costs : myths and realities in investment treaty arbitration

Arbitration costs : myths and realities in investment treaty arbitration

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Franck, Susan D.
Title Statement
Arbitration costs : myths and realities in investment treaty arbitration / Susan D. Franck.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Oxford University Press,   c2019.  
Physical Medium
xviii, 398 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9780190054434 (hardback : alk. paper)
Content Notes
Introduction to investment treaty arbitration (ITA) and framing the debate -- Cognitive psychology and empirical insights for ITA -- Introduction to data and basic demographics -- ITA expansion, time, and costs -- Claims and outcomes in ITA -- Costs' risks and reality -- The rationalization of costs -- The potential drivers : predicting ITA costs -- The way forward.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Investments, Foreign --Law and legislation. Investments, Foreign (International law). International commercial arbitration. International commercial arbitration --Economic aspects. Commercial treaties.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Cover -- Arbitration Costs -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- 1. Introduction to Investment Treaty Arbitration (ITA) and Framing the Debate -- I. Context of Foreign Investment -- II. History of Investment Dispute Resolution -- III. Doctrinal Foundation of ITA -- IV. ITA “Success” and “Backlash” -- V. Moving Beyond Debate to Grounded Reform -- 2. Cognitive Psychology and Empirical Insights for ITA -- I. Law and Psychology Meets International Law -- II. Cognition and Investment Law: To Err Is Human -- III. Identifying Errors: A Review of Cognitive Illusions -- A. Cognitive Illusions Related to Accessibility of Information -- 1. Availability -- 2. Representativeness and the Base Rate Fallacy -- 3. Primacy and Recency -- B. Cognitive Illusions Related to Information Provided -- 1. Negativity Bias -- 2. Framing -- 3. Loss Aversion -- 4. Anchoring -- C. Cognitive Illusions Related to Self -- 1. Confirmation Bias -- 2. Self-​Serving Biases -- 3. Bias Blind Spot -- D. Synthesis -- IV. Debiasing -- A. Debiasing Insights from Domestic Law -- B. Fischhoff’s Debiasing Framework -- 1. Faulty Tasks -- 2. Faulty Decision-​Makers -- 3. Mismatched Tasks and Decision-​Makers -- C. The Promise and Peril of Empiricism -- 3. Introduction to the Data and Basic Demographics -- I. Cases, Final Awards, and Separate Opinions -- A. Cases -- B. Final Awards -- C. Separate Opinions -- II. Party Demographics: Investors -- A. Number of Investors -- B. Investor Nationality -- C. Investor Typologies -- 1. Investors: Corporations, People, or Both? -- 2. Investors: Privately Owned or Publicly Traded? -- 3. Investors: Financial Times Global 500 Corporations? -- D. Synthesis and Context -- III. Party Demographics: Respondent States -- A. Number and Nationality of States -- B. Respondent Development Status -- C. Reciprocity and Context -- IV. Participation of Non-​Disputing Parties -- A. Presence and Identity of NDPs -- B. Characteristics of Cases with NDPs -- C. Type of NDP Activity -- V. The Arbitration Bar and Repeat Players -- A. Basic Demographics on Representation -- B. The Marketplace for Counsel -- C. Identifying Repeat Players and “Lawyering Up” -- VI. Industry and Institutions -- A. Industries Affected -- B. Institutions and Rules -- 4. ITA Expansion, Time, and Costs -- I. The Growth of ITA -- II. Elements of Time -- A. Case Length -- B. Increasing Speed or Delay? -- C. Institutions and Time -- D. Deliberative Delay and Separate Opinions -- 1. Temporal Gaps between Hearings and Rendering Awards -- 2. Separate Opinions and Time -- E. The Impact of Bifurcation -- III. Time and Costs -- A. Defining ITA Costs -- B. The Reliable Relationship between Time and Cost -- 5. Claims and Outcomes in ITA -- I. Introduction -- II. Wining and Losing -- A. Overall Outcomes -- 1. Comparing Investor and State Wins -- 2. The Rise of Settlements and Discontinuances -- B. Jurisdiction: Winning and Losing -- C. Merits: Winning and Losing -- D..
Damages: Winning and Losing -- III. Amounts Claimed and Awarded -- A. Introduction -- B. Amounts Claimed -- C. Amounts Awarded -- IV. Relative Success: Comparing Claims and Awards -- A. All Awards -- B. Subset of Investor Wins -- C. Implications -- 6. Costs—​Risks and Reality -- I. Understanding the ITA Costs Debate -- A. Costs Inform the Character of Adjudication -- B. Costs Implicate Fiscal Exposure -- C. Costs Impact Stakeholder Expectations -- D. Costs Inform Dispute Resolution Choices -- E. Costs Intersect with Legitimacy -- II. Doctrinal and Policy Bases for ITA Costs -- A. Normative Baselines for Cost-​Shifting -- B. Law of Cost-​Shifting -- 1. Party Agreement -- 2. Institutional Rules -- 3. National Law -- 4. Public International Law Cases -- 5. Soft Law and Practice -- III. Setting the Stage: Cost Baselines -- A. Scope of Cost Decisions -- B. Raw ITA Costs: Testing Conventional Wisdom -- 1. PLC: Cost of Counsel -- 2. TCE: Tribunal and Administrative Costs -- C. Synthesis -- IV. Baselines for Cost Allocation -- A. To Shift or Not to Shift: Assessing PLC and TCE Choices -- 1. PLC Assessments -- 2. TCE Assessments -- B. Net Cost Allocations and Outcomes -- C. Cost-​Shifting: Proportions, Fiscal Values, and Outcomes -- 1. Percentage of Allocation: PLC and TCE -- 2. Fiscal Shifts of PLC and TCE -- a. PLC: Shifts Generally -- b. PLC: Party-​Specific Shifts -- c. TCE Shifts -- d. Discussion -- 7. The Evolution of Cost Rationalization—​Explaining Cost Assessments -- I. Introduction and the Gap between Final and Non-​final Awards -- II. Rationalizing PLC: Justifying Attorneys’ Costs and Expenses -- A. Legal Authority -- B. Legal Rationale -- III. TCE Rationalization -- A. Legal Authority -- B. Legal Rationale -- IV. The Growth of Rationalization -- V. Discussion -- 8. The Potential Drivers—​Predicting ITA Costs -- I. The Cost Nexus -- II. Costs and Amounts Claimed -- III. PLC and TCE: Links to Outcomes -- A. ITA Costs: Links with Winning and Losing -- B. ITA Costs: Links with Amounts Awarded -- C. ITA Costs: Links to Relative Investor Success -- D. Discussion and Synthesis -- IV. ITA Costs and Case-​Related Variables -- A. Non-​significant Cost Predictors -- 1. Institutional Choices -- 2. Non-​Disputing Parties -- 3. Bifurcation -- B. Significant Cost Predictors -- 1. Energy Disputes -- 2. Separate Opinions -- 3. Repeat Player Counsel -- V. An Initial Model ITA Costs -- 9. The Way Forward -- I. The Costs Baseline -- II. Enhancing Costs Transparency -- III. Arbitration Costs and Appropriate Dispute Resolution -- A. The Dispute Resolution Calculus and Cognitive Illusions -- B. The Rising Value of Non-​adjudicative Dispute Resolution -- C. The Remaining Value of Adjudication -- IV. Opportunities for Decreased Costs -- A. Procedural Innovations: Exploring Reform through the Lens of ICSID Rule Revision -- 1. Expedited Rules, Case Management Conferences, and Timetable Compliance -- 2. Bifurcation Norms -- 3. Non-​Disputing Parties -- 4. Security for C.
osts -- B. Additional Opportunities for Reform: Advisory Committee on Rules Reform, Pleading Obligations, Attorney Regulation, and Energy Disputes -- C. Separate Opinions: Balancing Costs and Outcomes -- V. Changing Standards for Cost Assessments: Towards a Factor-​Based Approach -- VI. Conclusion -- Appendix I—Supporting Information on Methodology and Data Introduction -- Appendix II—Awards in Dataset (Listed Alphabetically) -- Appendix III—Demographics on Investor Nationality, States, and Counsel Involved in the Dataset’s Public Pre-​2012 ITA Awards -- Appendix IV—Codebook (available online only) -- Appendix V—Dataset (available online only) -- Index -- .

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