Arbitration is one of the most successful dispute resolution devices in the international arena, be it in the context of commercial disputes, investor-state conflicts, or sports controversies. This actual importance is attended by fast developing legal rules and practices concerning the various kinds and stages of arbitral proceedings.
The Yearbook aims at taking up recent trends in international arbitration and leading them in scholarly debate.
Volume I comprises contributions by 25 renowned scholars and practitioners from around the world who impart their knowledge and thoughts on the basis of their wide experience in the various domains of arbitration and related areas.
Being of an interdisciplinary and comparative nature, the Yearbook on International Arbitration delivers valuable insights into the intricacies of arbitral proceedings in an international setting and at the same time enables the reader to ascertain the state-of-the-art in international arbitration.
There are no separate chapters available for this publication.