Public versus Private Enforcement of International Economic Law: Standing and Remedy

@inproceedings{Sykes2005PublicVP,
  title={Public versus Private Enforcement of International Economic Law: Standing and Remedy},
  author={Alan O. Sykes},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract This paper develops a theory of the rules regarding standing and remedy in international trade and investment agreements. Regarding investment agreements, the paper argues that a credible government‐to‐firm commitment (or signal) that the capital importer will not engage in expropriation or related practices is required and that a private right of action for money damages is the best way to make such a commitment. In trade agreements, by contrast, importing nations have commitments… CONTINUE READING

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