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ICSID Arbitration and the Importance of Public Accountability of a Private Judicature – A Roman Law Perspective

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This article explores the problems of public accountability in current investment law practice. These problems arise from the private interpretation of international investment treaty and customary law in arbitration. It analyses these problems through the historical lens of Roman law and the Roman law tradition in international law. It suggests a Praetorian system of international accountability and explores the remarkable similarities between current investment arbitration and classical Roman civil procedure.

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2007-04-01
2016-09-25

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