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Kioseoglou, Theodora
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2015-06-11T12:04:27Z
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2015-09-27T05:57:07Z
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2015-06-11
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/278
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Operationalizing the proportionality principle in investment treaty arbitration along with a comparability study of techniques of balancing interests by international courts
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masterThesis
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Construction and fundamentals of proportionality principle
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scope in comparison
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doctrinal structure
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investment treaty arbitration
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judicialization
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fair and equitable treatment
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balancing
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en
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free
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School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, LLM in Transnational and European Commercial Law, Mediation, Arbitration and Energy Law
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2014-01-15
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Kioseoglou Theodora, 2014, Operationalizing the proportionality principle in investment treaty arbitration along with a comparability study of techniques of balncing interests by international courts, Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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This study begins by examining the origins of the proportionality principle. I describe the structure of the proportionality principle and fundamentals of proportionality analysis, and the problems attendant on weighing the value of the interests involved. There follows an analysis of the application of the principal to a range of rights and interests and comparative analysis of proportionality test and method of balancing in international jurisprudence. The second part focuses on the proportionality principle analysis in the field of investment treaty arbitration which is providing arbitrators with the appropriate analytical procedure currently available for adjudicating disputes .Investor –State arbitration as a mechanism to settle disputes but also a form of exercising power by the arbitral tribunals in setting standards of review. Comparability to system building contribution of precedents and the system building effect. This paper argues that proportionality analysis is a precondition for the encapsulation of the notion of public interest in customary international law.
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Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. 6 Chapter 1 Fundamentals of the proportionality principle .................................................................................. 8 A. Origins of proportionality .................................................................................................... 8 B. Doctrinal Structure ............................................................................................................. 11 C. Criticism on the concept of proportionality ...................................................................... 15 Chapter 2 Proportionality in investment treaty arbitration............................................................................... 17 A. Developments in instrumentalizing proportionality by international investment tribunals: Proportionality as a regulative of the relationship between equal dispute parties ............ 17 1. Particularities of the evolving international investment arbitration system and its significance for any operation with the proportionality principle ................................... 17 2. Proportionality as a tool for balancing investor rights and the public interest ....... 20 3. Proportionality analysis in indirect expropriation claims ....................................... 23 4. Proportionality analysis and FET standard ............................................................. 27 B. Methodology of legal reasoning and rationales for determining standards of review in the application of proportionality test .......................................................................................... 30 C. Scope of the proportionality analysis by investment arbitral tribunals in comparison to international courts and tribunals .......................................................................................... 31 D. Encapsulation of the notion of public interest in customary international law as the precondition for developing operability of proportionality ................................................. 34 1. Doctrinal necessity to operate with proportionality and structural transformation of proportionality into the field of international investment disputes .............................. 34 2. The need to structurally transpose the proportionality doctrine ................................. 35 3. The need to introduce a formal principle in the balancing process............................. 35 Chapter 3 “Operationalizing the proportionality principle in investment treaty arbitration” 5 Theodora I. Kioseoglou Personal statements and proposals: Improvement of arbitral decision making by elaborating proportionality analysis .......................................................................................................................... 37 A. ......... Methodological advantages in decision making - comparability to system building contribution of precedents (system building effect) .............................................................. 37 B. Potentials of Proportionality to contribute for legitimating investment tribunal decisions – Allocation of authority in a fragmented international investment arbitration system ...... 40 Conclusions ............................................................................................................................................... 43
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Kaissis, Athanasios
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Kaisis, Athanasios
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Christonakis, G.
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Panagos, Th.
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School of Economic and Business Administration,LL.M in Transnational and European Commercial Law and Alternative Dispute resolutions
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48
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