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The Sociological Evolution of International Arbitration  

Dr Florian Grisel (Research Fellow, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, and Senior Lecturer, King's College London)

22nd November 2017

The sociology of individuals who are routinely appointed as international arbitrators to settle the important business disputes that commonly arise in transnational settings has raised significant interest in the past decades. In two recent papers, summarised here, I shed light on the sociological evolution of international arbitration on the basis of original data collection.

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