The handbook “Rethinking International Investment. Back to basics” was finalized last Friday with great excitement of participants.
The Columbia Centre on Sustainable Investment gathered for the book Sprint talented investment law and policy experts from the African International Law Centre, Harvard Law and Business Schools, Australian National University, Georgetown University Law Centre, University College London, Institute of World Economics in China and Boston College.
The handbook offers insights to develop an International Investments Governance system that would provide benefits for all participants and promote sustainable development. It provides a three-fold set of recommendations consisting in rethinking the international investment law with the incorporation of a series of principles; rebalancing the rights of stakeholders; and realigning the international investment governance with the 21st century challenges.