Host states, international investors, and home states—the three parties with fundamental interests in international investment—have constructed rules to govern international investment transactions and have embodied them in a variety of legal instruments and institutions. The purpose of this complex of legal rules is to influence the conduct of the various parties with respect to investments in desired ways. The three interested parties have adopted legal rules and created institutions as a means to achieve their ends because they consider legal rules and...
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