Corporate Decision Making in Foreign Direct Investment

Date: 15/06/2015

The Economist Intelligence Unit, on behalf of Hogan Lovells and the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law and the Investment Treaty Forum of BIICL, conducted a survey on the relationship between corporate Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) decision-making and the Rule of Law.

Judicial Independence in Latin America

Date: 11/10/2016

Examining some of the main ways legal systems can support and maintain judicial independence, a vital element of the rule of law, this paper considers the approach of Latin American jurisdictions (such as Guatemala, Costa Rica and Argentina) in light of international principles. The paper was presented at the Global Rule of Law Exchange Annual Conference in São Paulo, Brazil

Reflections on the "Guatemalan Spring"

Date: 19/06/2015

In this blog post published on the Global Anti-Corruption Blog, Mat Tromme analyses the situation in Guatemala in light of recent corruption scandals and outlines several challenges moving forward.

Rule of Law Challenges in Guatemala and Honduras

Date: 17/12/2015

This paper analyses rule of law challenges in Guatemala and Honduras, such as judicial independece and appointments.

The Importance of the Rule of Law in Promoting Development

Date: 20/03/2015

This publication is a volume of edited papers from the 2014 Singapore Rule of Law Symposium, organised by the Centre in conjunction with the Singapore Academy of Law, and the generous support of law firm Linklaters


Brazil Must Fight Corruption But Preserve the Rule of Law

This blog investigates the tension between fighting corruption and respecting the rule of law, taking Brazil as an example. ...

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