Investment Arbitration and the Issue of Regulatory Chill
Zoltán Víg is researching on Investment arbitration and the issue of regulatory chill.
Zoltán Víg obtained his degree in law (masters equivalent) at the Szeged University Faculty of Law, and holds LLM and SJD in International Business Law from Central European University in Budapest-Vienna. He teaches subjects related to international economic relations at the Faculty of Law, University of Szeged and business law at the Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration (FEFA) in Belgrade. During his career he has taught corporate law, EU law and environmental protection law. Currently, he also works as a research fellow at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and during his earlier career he conducted research at Max Planck and Asser Institutes, as well as at Humboldt, Hamburg, Emory and Yale Universities. He has published several books and articles in English, Hungarian, Serbia and German languages. Dr Víg also gained additional practical work experience by working for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer international law firm.
Visiting Scholar Term of Stay
November 14th, 2019
investment protection, investment arbitration, regulatory chill
Dispute Resolution and Arbitration | Law
Vig, Zoltan, "Investment Arbitration and the Issue of Regulatory Chill" (2019). Visiting Researcher Profiles. 43.