- International Investment Law and the Global Financial Architecture: Identifying Linkages, Mapping Interactions
- Book title
- International Investment Law and the Global Financial Architecture
- Pages (from-to)
- Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
- ISBN (electronic)
- Frankfurt Investment and Economic Law series
- Document type
- Faculty of Law (FdR)
- Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL)
The global crises of the early 21st century that have tested the international financial architecture. In seeking to ensure stability, governments have regulated financial and capital markets. This in turn has implicated international investment law, which investors have invoked as a shield against debt restructuring, bail-ins or bail-outs. Serving as an introduction to a book project on International Investment Law and the Global Financial Architecture, and summarizing its contributions, the paper maps out the interactions between international investment law and international financial regulation and considers how to conceptualize and draw the line between legitimate financial regulation and re-regulation for the protection of macro-economic stability and undue interference with investor rights.
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