The OECD has initiated an arbitration of company law disputes (ACLD) programme to generate policy dialogue on the role of ACLD in corporate governance; develop a global comparative understanding of how various OECD member and non-member states approach ACLD; and develop and disseminate practical guidelines and other documentation on using ACLD to protect shareholders' rights.
English, , 2,525kb
This roundtable addressed how to define entry barriers, whether a precise definition is really required, how various types of barriers affect the likelihood, timing, and extent of entry, and how competition agencies assess entry conditions.
English, Excel, 263kb
This working paper summarises information available in the public domain about investor-state dispute settlement in the infrastructure sectors.
This publication provides policy makers, board members, managers, equity providers, creditors and other stakeholders an overview of the issues to be addressed in establishing good corporate governance of non-listed companies.
English, Excel, 565kb
This working paper deals with issues related to the quality of arbitral awards; examines issues related to multiple and parallel proceedings and explores the merits of consolidation of claims; and deals with challenges of jurisdictional nature.
English, , 91kb
This document presents the updated schedule for Phase 2 country examinations. These examinations assess how effective countries’ anti-bribery laws are in practice.
This report presents a comparative overview of main practices and issues related to corporate governance of state-owned enterprises in the OECD area.
English, , 715kb
This 2005 report examines the progress in the ongoing fight against cartels; it focuses on enforcement action; public awareness; effective sanctions, in particular sanctions against individuals; and international cooperation in cartel cases.
This Symposium, organised jointly by ICSID, OECD and UNCTAD, enabled non-governmental actors to share their perspectives on emerging investment arbitration issues identified by governments and their international organisations; to explore and advance the agenda which developed and developing country parties to investment agreements have in common; and to consider ways for the three organisations and other interested institutions to
This book provides an account of what the 39 adhering governments have been doing to enhance the contribution of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises to the improved functioning of the global economy. It also provides an overview of corporate responsibility in the developing world.