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This volume contains the papers and proceedings of the fifth annual Juris conference on international investment arbitration. In this volume, once again a talented group of young authors has tackled difficult and topical issues, with the guidance of established members of the international investment bar.
This year's focus, on the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) addressed some of the key concerns facing this World Bank institution, as it comes to grips with an ever-increasing workload.
As the premier body for the resolution of investor-state disputes, is the ICSID equipped to confront an uncertain future? Are institutional changes required to help it function more effectively? Answers to these and many related questions are provided in Volume 5 of this series.