The object of this thesis is to prove that the fundamental problems of party autonomy in foreign investment contracts involving considerations of public and private law issues remain unsettled. It explores the main controversies and confusions in the theory of internationalising state contracts, looking at its historical context. It examines the extent of the application of party autonomy in state contracts such as natural resource exploitation contracts and construction of a plant and infrastructure contracts which reflect important economic development policies of developing countries.
Year Manuscript Completed
Investments Foreign (International law); Arbitration and award
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationOyunchimeg Bordukh (January 2008) Choice of Law in State Contracts in Economic Development Sector: is there Party Autonomy?, SJD, ePublications@bond, Faculty of Law.
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