Towards A Southern Agenda on Investment: Summary of Country Studies and Some Observations

By IISD on April 27, 2005
The five studies represent a remarkable initial approach to the complex issues of articulating a Southern Agenda on Investment that promotes sustainable development. They provide important insights and lead to a number of follow-up questions that are arguably even more difficult to answer. This note summarizes some of the results of the studies and articulates some follow-up questions with a view to promoting further debate about the research and policy requirements for international investment regimes that promote sustainable development.

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IISD, 2005