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Legal Framework for the Admission of FDI

Legal Framework for the Admission of FDI
  • Year of publication 2006
  • 321 pages
Author:Thomas Pollan
Category: Law Business and Commercial Law
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The law on foreign direct investment (FDI) belongs to the fastest changing legal field in international law. Investors and the host state have long left behind a relationship dominated by the host state's desire to screen and choose FDI. In the current market for FDI, both parties try to assert influence, but in the end the scarcity of FDI is the decisive factor. This book provides an in-depth study of the legal framework for the admission of FDI and presents insights into the pros and cons of various admission models. Its goal is to identify legal and policy options that serve the host state's and investor's common needs. The book is of interest to lawyers, academics and policy makers. 

•             Comprehensive, easy-reference handbook. It is the most comprehensive study available on that subject

•             No other author has yet dealt with the topic in such a format

•             It is of use to lawyers, academics as well as policy makers.

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Thomas Pollan is a lawyer at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in Geneva. Since having joined the United Nations he has worked as a Political Affairs Officer in New York and Vienna. Prior to joining the UN, he served as an officer in the Austrian Army and practiced law in Austria and New York. He published primarily on international affairs and is the co-author and coeditor of European Interests, A 2020 Vision of the Union's Foreign and Security Policy. He holds a PhD and a Mag.iur from the University of Vienna, Austria, a post-graduate Certificate from the Europa Kollegg Hamburg, Germany, a LL.M. from New York University, School of Law and a MPA2 from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.