Part III Towards a Jurisprudence Constante in Investment Arbitration Decision-Making on Corruption, 8 Mere Corruption? On the Reluctance to Decide Corruption Issues
Aloysius P Llamzon
- Corruption — Investment — Investor — UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules — Interpretation of award
This chapter examines the apparent inability of anti-corruption norms to affect outcomes in investment arbitration. It considers the possible reasons behind most arbitrators' lack of engagement with corruption issues, including the possibility that corruption actually does affect decision outcomes, albeit without reasoning or through ‘proxies’.