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    Arbitration Lab facilitates research using empirical and experimental methods in studying arbitration and dispute resolution more generally. In collaboration with partner organisations, Arbitration Lab plans to host research projects addressing the current legal, societal, and technological challenges that international arbitration is facing today. Research conducted by Arbitration Lab faculty constitutes an essential point of reference for the empirical and interdisciplinary study of international arbitration.

    Completed research projects by the Arbitration Lab faculty include the following:

    Empirical study: provisional measures in investor-State arbitration
    Empirical study: provisional measures in investor-State arbitration

    David Goldberg, Yarik Kryvoi and Ivan Philippov

    BIICL/White & Case, London, 2019

    Empirical study: Corporate restructuring and investment treaty protections
    Empirical study: Corporate restructuring and investment treaty protections

    Ed Poulton, Yarik Kryvoi, Ekaterina Finkel and Janek Bednarz

    BIICL/Baker McKenzie, London, 2020

    Empirical study: costs, damages and duration in investor-State arbitration
    Empirical study: costs, damages and duration in investor-State arbitration

    Matthew Hodgson, Yarik Kryvoi and Daniel Hrcka

    BIICL/Allen & Overy, London, 2021

    Empirical study: annulment in ICSID arbitration
    Empirical study: annulment in ICSID arbitration

    Yarik Kryvoi, Johannes Koepp and Jack Biggs

    BIICL/Baker Botts, London, 2021