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Yu-Jui Chang - University of Pennsylvania Law School, LLM

International Investment Law Symposium LLM Perspectives Online Publications

Non-Action as an Indirect Expropriation

This paper is based on the final paper of the class “International Investment Law” taught by Professor William W. Burke-White in the 2016 spring semester. The author would like to thank Professor Burke-White and the other class participants for their invaluable instructions, guidance and comments. All errors and omissions are the author’s alone. The author can be reached at I. Introduction Indirect expropriation, including creeping expropriation and consequential expropriation, is a relatively vague concept, and there is no clear applicable rule under customary international law addressing the relationship between these concepts. This paper illustrates the intricacies of these concepts…

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