International Investment LawThe course will explore the role of private foreign investment as a vehicle for economic development in developing nations. Emphasis will be placed on negotiating and drafting investment agreements in economic sectors of particular importance to developing nations. The investment contract will be presented as a contract sui generis. Actual and model agreements will be reviewed involving mining ventures, petroleum concessions, hotel services and general service contracts.
Enrollment Cap: 20
|Partial list of professors who teach or have taught this course:|
|Carreau, Dominique||Spring 2010, Visiting Professor|