The concept of "Indirect Expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments

The protection of an alien’s property in a host country against direct expropriation has long existed in the international arena. Examples of direct expropriation include nationalization, physical seizure of assets or legislated transfer of assets to the state. However such physical takings are no l...

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Autores Principales: Barklem, Courtenay, Prieto-Rios, Enrique
Otros Autores: Grupo de Investigación en Derechos Humanos
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Inglés (English)
Publicado: 2011
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spelling ir-10336-186162019-09-19T12:38:03Z The concept of "Indirect Expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments El concepto de “Expropiación Indirecta”, su aparición en el sistema internacional y sus efectos en la actividad regulatoria de los gobiernos Barklem, Courtenay Prieto-Rios, Enrique Grupo de Investigación en Derechos Humanos Expropiación Expropiación Indirecta Appri Tratado De Libre Comercio Inversión Extranjera Nafta. Expropiación Expropiación forzosa Actos políticos Expropriation indirect expropriation Bilateral Investment Treaty Free Trade Agreement Foreign Investment NAFTA. The protection of an alien’s property in a host country against direct expropriation has long existed in the international arena. Examples of direct expropriation include nationalization, physical seizure of assets or legislated transfer of assets to the state. However such physical takings are no longer common practice. Nowadays, expropriation comes mainly in the form of “indirect expropriation”: acts and steps taken by governments which interfere with the right to the property or diminish the value of the property. This paper explores the most relevant antecedents of the concept of indirect expropriation, its appearance in the international system, the inclusion in BITs and Investment Chapters of FTAs, and the effect that the concept is having on the regulatory activity of governments. 2011 2018-10-05T15:10:51Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion ISSN 1657-8953 http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/18616 eng http://revistas.usergioarboleda.edu.co/index.php/ccsh/about/editorialPolicies#openAccessPolicy info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
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language Inglés (English)
topic Expropiación
Expropiación Indirecta
Appri
Tratado De Libre Comercio
Inversión Extranjera
Nafta.
Expropiación
Expropiación forzosa
Actos políticos
Expropriation
indirect expropriation
Bilateral Investment Treaty
Free Trade Agreement
Foreign Investment
NAFTA.
spellingShingle Expropiación
Expropiación Indirecta
Appri
Tratado De Libre Comercio
Inversión Extranjera
Nafta.
Expropiación
Expropiación forzosa
Actos políticos
Expropriation
indirect expropriation
Bilateral Investment Treaty
Free Trade Agreement
Foreign Investment
NAFTA.
Barklem, Courtenay
Prieto-Rios, Enrique
The concept of "Indirect Expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments
description The protection of an alien’s property in a host country against direct expropriation has long existed in the international arena. Examples of direct expropriation include nationalization, physical seizure of assets or legislated transfer of assets to the state. However such physical takings are no longer common practice. Nowadays, expropriation comes mainly in the form of “indirect expropriation”: acts and steps taken by governments which interfere with the right to the property or diminish the value of the property. This paper explores the most relevant antecedents of the concept of indirect expropriation, its appearance in the international system, the inclusion in BITs and Investment Chapters of FTAs, and the effect that the concept is having on the regulatory activity of governments.
author2 Grupo de Investigación en Derechos Humanos
author_facet Grupo de Investigación en Derechos Humanos
Barklem, Courtenay
Prieto-Rios, Enrique
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author Barklem, Courtenay
Prieto-Rios, Enrique
author_sort Barklem, Courtenay
title The concept of "Indirect Expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments
title_short The concept of "Indirect Expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments
title_full The concept of "Indirect Expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments
title_fullStr The concept of "Indirect Expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments
title_full_unstemmed The concept of "Indirect Expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments
title_sort concept of "indirect expropriation", its appearance in the international system and its effects in the regulatory activity of governments
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