Summary of G. Van Harten, 'The Use of Quantitative Methods to Examine Possible Bias in Investment Arbitration' and 'Reply' [to Franck, Garbin, and Perkins] in the Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy (2011)

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Gus Van Harten

York University - Osgoode Hall Law School

Date Written: 2011

Abstract

This is a summary of two articles I produced in an extended exchange with Susan D. Franck and others in the Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy. The exchange dealt with the role of empirical methods in testing for possible bias in investment treaty arbitration and with various criticisms of Franck's earlier study on this topic in the Harvard International Law Journal (2009).

Keywords: empirical methods, investment, arbitration, adjudication, bias

Suggested Citation

Van Harten, Gus, Summary of G. Van Harten, 'The Use of Quantitative Methods to Examine Possible Bias in Investment Arbitration' and 'Reply' [to Franck, Garbin, and Perkins] in the Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy (2011) (2011). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2043299 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2043299

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