Foreign Direct Investment in Less Developed Countries: The Role of Icsid and Miga

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Acronyms xix
  • I - Introduction 1
  • 1: Foreign Investors and Less Developed Countries 3
  • 2: International Institutions and Foreign Direct Investment in Less Developed Countries 18
  • II - International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes 29
  • 3: Arbitration by Private Institutions and by Icsid 31
  • 4: Icsid's Operations 51
  • 5: Selected Icsid Cases 71
  • 6: Icsid's Problems 87
  • III - Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency 99
  • 7: The Evolution of Miga 101
  • 8: Miga's Structure 113
  • 9: Miga's Operations to Date 135
  • 10: Selected Miga Cases 151
  • 11: Miga's Problems 160
  • 12: Theories of the Evolution of Icsid and Miga 167
  • IV - Conclusions 175
  • 13: An Evaluation of Icsid and Miga 177
  • 14: Conclusions 193
  • Appendix I - Miga Coverage by Investor and Host Countries (As of June 30,1997) 203
  • Appendix II - Icsid Cases 1966–97 207
  • Selected Bibliography 211
  • Index 221
  • About the Author 229
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