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The Goff Lecture 2011 The case for better, and better-armed arbitrators

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This is the text of a lecture where are reviewed the 4 phases of international commercial arbitration, the challenges the new proteiform arbitrators have to meet, as well as the dangers they have to face. Emphasis is put on the need for arbitrators to be better schooled in economics and have as well business experience.

Affiliations: 1: International commercial arbitrator, chairman, sole arbitrator or co-arbitrator in more than 100 international arbitration cases, Principal, Werner & Associés, Geneva, Switzerland, Chairman, Geneva Global Arbitration Forum, Editor, The Journal of World Investment & Trade


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