- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- List of abbreviations
1The development of international investment law in Africa
2Global reform versus regional emancipation: the principles on international investment for sustainable development in Africa
3Foreign investment treaties and the sovereignty of developing host States: ants riding elephants?
4Les contrats miniers déséquilibrés à l’épreuve des Principes d’Unidroit relatifs aux contrats du commerce international
5The politics of international technology transfer: the imperative of host State measures
6Accountability of multinational corporations for human rights violations in investment regimes in Africa
7The constitutional limitations on enforcement of arbitral awards in Ghana
8Rethinking the promotion and protection of foreign investments: South Africa’s Protection of Investment Act 22 of 2015
9Electoral democracy, foreign capital flows and the human rights infrastructure in Nigeria
10Quo vadis international investment law in Africa?
11Les avantages pour l’Afrique de l’arbitrage transnational, moyen prioritaire de règlement des différends relatifs aux investissements directs étrangers 1
12The Investment Court System proposed by the European Union: what does it mean for Africa?
- Table of cases
- (p.1) Introduction
- African perspectives in international investment law
Yenkong Ngangjoh Hodu
Makane Moïse Mbengue
- Manchester University Press
The contributions made in this book by prominent international lawyers in the field aim at highlighting the current challenges that African nations face in relation to the investment regime. The various contributions also suggest paths to shape an African voice in the reform of the investment regime and to ensure that international investment agreements contribute better to the sustainable development of African countries.
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