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International Investment Law and EU Law

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ISBN-13:
9783642148545
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.01.2011
Seiten:
140
Autor:
Marc Bungenberg
Gewicht:
493 g
Format:
244x164x19 mm
Serie:
European Yearbook of International Economic Law
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

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S. Hindelang, N. Maydell: The EU's Common Investment Policy - Connecting the Dots Origins, Trends, and Perspectives.- M. Bungenberg: The Division of Competences between the EU and its Member States in the Area of Investment Politics.- A. Reinisch: The Division of Powers between the EU and its Member States "after Lisbon".- M. Burgstaller: The Future of Bilateral Investment Treaties of EU Member States.- J.P. Terhechte: Art. 351 TFEU, the Principle of Loyalty and the Future Role of the Member States' Bilateral Investment Treaties.- T.R. Braun: For a Complementary European Investment Protection.- C. Nowak: Legal Arrangements for the Promotion and Protection of Foreign Investments within the Framework of the EU Association Policy and European Neighbourhood Policy.- J. Griebel: The New Great Challenge after the Entry Into Force of the Treaty of Lisbon: Bringing About a Multilateral EU-Investment Treaty.- L. Markert: The Crucial Question of Future Investment Treaties: Balancing Investors' Rights and Regulatory Interests of Host States.- A. v. Walter: Balancing Investors' and Host States' Rights Which Alternatives for Treaty-Makers?
The entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty entails sweeping changes with respect to foreigninvestment regulation. Most prominently, the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union
(TFEU) now contains in its Article 207 an explicit competence for the regulation of foreign direct investment as part of the Common Commercial Policy (CCP) chapter. With this new competence, the EU will become an important actor in the field of international investment politics and law. The new empowerment in the field of international investment law prompts a multitude of questions. This volume analyzes in depth the new "post-Lisbon situation" in the area of investment policy, provokes further discussion and offers new approaches.