About this publication
Acta Juridica is the University of Cape Town’s Law Faculty’s law journal. It is published annually as a single issue under the editorship of an issue editor, or issue editors, and comprises commissioned articles on a theme for each year. The annual themes and issue editors are approved by the Faculty Board of the Faculty of Law. Founded in 1956, it has been published by Juta & Co since 2001.
VOLUMES AND ISSUES
Volume / Issue
Author: D Davis
Source: Acta Juridica 2018, p 1-16
Author: C Picker
Source: Acta Juridica 2018, p 17-42
The Agreement establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area: Will it spur foreign direct investment in Africa?
Author: MA Forere
Source: Acta Juridica 2018, p 43-74
Author: S Mancuso and S Rigazio
Source: Acta Juridica 2018, p 75-96
Is there a positive relationship between investment policies and inward foreign direct investment flows? A study of Nigeria and Guinea-Bissau
Author: S Mzezewa and L Mavhuru
Source: Acta Juridica 2018, p 97-112
Author: L Bosman and S Kimani
Source: Acta Juridica 2018, p 113-148
The relationship between tax incentives and human rights obligations in the drive to attract foreign direct investment: Are developing countries in Africa getting it right?
Author: A Titus and T Gutuza
Source: Acta Juridica 2018, p 149-182
Labour standards and foreign direct investment: A perspective on the exportoriented garment sectors in selected sub- Saharan African countries
Author: D Collier and S Godfrey
Source: Acta Juridica 2018, p 183-209