Concluding Remarks on the EU Obligation to Empower Neglected Interests and on Ways Forward to More Inclusive Global Economic Regulation
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The conclusion reminds of the motivation for this research and summarizes the findings of each chapter and of the book. It also clarifies the meaning of the finding in context of past and future EU policies as well as in context of the broader theoretical literature. The conclusion therefore suggests tangible policies, hopes to be a motivation for further research and demands fundamental rethinking and imaginative exploration for both policy makers and academia to overcome the power imbalances in the international investment regime.
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