Transnational Governance: The Zimbabwe Farm CasesPenn State International Arbitration Day (2016)
The Dispute Resolution Interest Group and the Africa Interest Group of the American Society of International Law co-sponsored a daylong conference on March 11 on “The Future of International Arbitration in Africa.” The conference was also co-sponsored by Penn State and Greenberg Traurig, and it was hosted by the Washington office of Greenberg Traurig. Video of the conference is available at https://pennstatelaw.psu.edu/news/experts-around-world-discuss-international-arbitration-africa-penn-state-law-event.
The conference included a panel discussion about Foreign Investment and Investment Arbitration in Africa. I moderated the panel and spoke about "Transnational Governance: The Zimbabwe Farm Cases." Video of the panel is available at: http://mediasite.dsl.psu.edu/Mediasite/Play/1214820d03fa45f786118e389248fb981d (starting at 1:07:20). Attached here are the Powerpoint slides for these remarks.
- International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes,
- Southern African Development Community,
Publication DateMarch 11, 2016
Citation InformationPerry S. Bechky. "Transnational Governance: The Zimbabwe Farm Cases" Penn State International Arbitration Day (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/perry_bechky/19/