The ASA/MIDS Role of Arbitration Institutions Research Study

CRCICA contributed to The Role of Arbitration Institutions Research Study jointly conducted by the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA) and the Geneva Master program in International Dispute Settlement (MIDS). The study focuses on how arbitral institutions are organized, how they deal with appointments, challenges and replacements, and what tools the institutions use in order to promote the efficiency of the proceedings. The findings were presented and discussed by leading arbitration specialists at a conference in Zurich on 9 September 2011.

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 Published on Sep 09 2011

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