This book is a collection of previously published articles, discussion papers and book chapters on international commercial and investment arbitration in Japan and Australia. The monograph is bookended by introductory and concluding chapters, both of which are original. Each chapter has been updated by their author, Professor Luke Nottage, who is a Professor of Comparative and Transnational Business Law at Sydney Law School, and is a well-known English-speaking scholar of Japanese and Asia-Pacific international commercial and investor-State arbitration. The choice of the two jurisdictions thus arises from Prof. Nottage’s expertise and provides an opportunity to explore the similarities and differences between these two jurisdictions at the “periphery” of international arbitration.

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