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Part IV - Regional Approaches for International Economic Dispute Settlement

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 August 2021

Manfred Elsig
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Universität Bern, Switzerland
Rodrigo Polanco
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Universität Bern, Switzerland
Peter van den Bossche
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Universität Bern, Switzerland
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International Economic Dispute Settlement
Demise or Transformation?
, pp. 371 - 492
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Print publication year: 2021

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