Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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L’application du droit national aux sociétés multinationales (Volume 150)

(13,000 words)

Author(s): Kopelmanas, Lazare
Kopelmanas, Lazare Keywords: Multinational enterprises | Domestic law | Mots clefs: Entreprises internationales | Droit interne | ABSTRACT One must ask, says Lazare Kopelmanas in the introduction to his course, whether the political and economic power, which is undoubtedly the essential characteristic of multinational firms, does not change the social structures of this particular form of international economic life in a sufficiently radical way to force jurists to seek legal solutions, which are better adapted t…

Mass Torts, Multinational Enterprise Liability and Private International Law (Volume 276)

(47,096 words)

Author(s): Baxi, Upendra
Baxi, Upendra Keywords: Multinational enterprises | Tort | Private international law | Accountability | Mots clefs: Entreprises internationales | Quasi-contrats et quasi-délits | Droit international privé | Responsabilité | ABSTRACT Professor Upendra Baxi's course focuses on mass disasters as they appear in private international law. It seeks to narrate the ways in which most received doctrines and tools of private international law cognize the distinctive problems arising from different cross-border mass disasters. Professo…

Legal Problems of Private International Business Enterprises: an Introduction to the International Law of Private Business Associations and Economic Development (Volume 118)

(37,318 words)

Author(s): P. Felicjano, Florentino
P. Felicjano, Florentino Keywords: Multinational enterprises | Foreign direct investment | Economic development | International law | Mots clefs: Entreprises internationales | Investissement | ABSTRACT Florentino Feliciano devotes his course to the Legal Problems of International Business Enterprise. In a first part of his course, the author presents the framework of this study, focuses on the process of the private foreign investment, then on the rights claimed in the context of the investment. In the second part of hi…

Multinational Firms and the Processes of Regional Economic Integration (Volume 150)

(49,051 words)

Author(s): Andrés A. Aramburú Menchaca, Professor
Andrés A. Aramburú Menchaca, Professor Keywords: Multinational enterprises | Regionalism | Economic integration | Mots clefs: Entreprises internationales | Régionalisme | Intégration économique | ABSTRACT In this course on Multinational Firms and the Processes of Regional Economic Integration, Professor Aramburu Menchaca focuses on the Andean Common Market. The author examines the impact of transnational firms on international relations and the main legal issues, presents some preliminary questions about the structure o…

Multinational Corporate Enterprises Some Legal and Policy Aspects of a Modern Social-Economic Phenomenon (Volume 125)

(61,266 words)

Author(s): G. Angelo, Homer
G. Angelo, Homer Keywords: Multinational enterprises | Mots clefs: Entreprises internationales | ABSTRACT Homer Angelo begins his course on multinational corporate companies with an overview of the different dimensions of the activity of multinational companies. He then devotes his course to the identification of participants in the expanding global arena of trade, production, finance, and services. He focuses on representative types and structures of multinational corporate groups before presenting some cha…

Indigenization Measures and Multinational Corporations in africa (Volume 171)

(21,941 words)

Author(s): Adedayo Ijalaye, David
Adedayo Ijalaye, David Keywords: Africa | Multinational enterprises | Mots clefs: Afrique | Entreprises internationales | ABSTRACT David Adedayo Ijalaye explains in the introduction to his course that the laws and policies of nationalization of multinational corporations in African countries are created from the desire to consolidate political independence through economic independence. The author, after presenting the nature of the problem, examines several cases of nationalization policies in Africa, including…