The arbitrability of investor-state taxation disputes in international commercial arbitration

@article{Brazier2015TheAO,
  title={The arbitrability of investor-state taxation disputes in international commercial arbitration},
  author={Lauren Waveney Brazier},
  journal={Journal of International Arbitration},
  year={2015}
}
  • L. Brazier
  • Published 1 February 2015
  • Law, Economics
  • Journal of International Arbitration
Despite the expanding scope of arbitrability in recent times, the arbitrability of tax disputes remains an unsettled issue. While it has been a hotly discussed topic in the field of international investment arbitration, it also warrants attention in the context of international commercial arbitration. In particular, the arbitrability of investor-state taxation disputes in this area raises a number of challenging issues. Accordingly, this article provides an in depth examination of the… 
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