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Book Review: The International Arbitration Rulebook: A Guide to Arbitral Regimes, by Arif Hyder Ali, Jane Wessel, Alexandre de Gramont & Ryan Mellske, (Kluwer LawInternational BV, The Netherlands, 2019)

Book Review: The International Arbitration Rulebook: A Guide to Arbitral Regimes, by Arif Hyder... BOOK REVIEW by Lim Shi Jean The International Arbitration Rulebook: A Guide to Arbitral Regimes, by Arif Hyder Ali, Jane Wessel, Alexandre de Gramont & Ryan Mellske, (Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, 2019); 713 pp, hardcover; ISBN 978-90-411-3814-9 Arbitration is a creature of the economy. The emergence and proliferation of arbitral institutions underscore a growing demand for arbitration. Legislative reforms and a pro-arbitration judiciary support the rise of arbi- tration in those jurisdictions. Competition between the institutions has led to constant rule revamps and innovations, and has translated into greater transparency as regards administration. The conception of this book stems from the very desire to resolve an arbitral oddity: there exist numerous treatises which wax lyrical about a particular institution’s procedures, yet few provide a comprehensive com- parative guide to the major international arbitration institutions and the most widely used ad hoc arbitration rules. The book therefore distills its selection and centres its analysis on the following arbitral regimes: The American Arbitration Association/ International Centre for Dispute Resolution (AAA-ICDR), China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), International Centre for the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian International Arbitration Journal Kluwer Law International

Book Review: The International Arbitration Rulebook: A Guide to Arbitral Regimes, by Arif Hyder Ali, Jane Wessel, Alexandre de Gramont & Ryan Mellske, (Kluwer LawInternational BV, The Netherlands, 2019)

Asian International Arbitration Journal , Volume 16 (1): 6 – May 1, 2020

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Copyright © 2020 Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands
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BOOK REVIEW by Lim Shi Jean The International Arbitration Rulebook: A Guide to Arbitral Regimes, by Arif Hyder Ali, Jane Wessel, Alexandre de Gramont & Ryan Mellske, (Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, 2019); 713 pp, hardcover; ISBN 978-90-411-3814-9 Arbitration is a creature of the economy. The emergence and proliferation of arbitral institutions underscore a growing demand for arbitration. Legislative reforms and a pro-arbitration judiciary support the rise of arbi- tration in those jurisdictions. Competition between the institutions has led to constant rule revamps and innovations, and has translated into greater transparency as regards administration. The conception of this book stems from the very desire to resolve an arbitral oddity: there exist numerous treatises which wax lyrical about a particular institution’s procedures, yet few provide a comprehensive com- parative guide to the major international arbitration institutions and the most widely used ad hoc arbitration rules. The book therefore distills its selection and centres its analysis on the following arbitral regimes: The American Arbitration Association/ International Centre for Dispute Resolution (AAA-ICDR), China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), International Centre for the

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Published: May 1, 2020

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