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Poverty and Investment Law: Starting the Discussion

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Poverty reduction is one of the international community’s highest priorities, but until today, there has been little attention to the impacts of the legal rules of the investment protection regime on poverty and on poverty’s effects on investment law’s goals. This article makes an initial effort to uncover the interactions of poverty and investment protection rules. A particular emphasis is given to the role of relative poverty in this relationship, as laws securing property protection are likely to have different impacts on extreme poverty than they do on inequalities of wealth.

Affiliations: 1: University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland, krista.nadakavukaren@unibas.ch

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2014-11-18
2018-04-25

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