International Dispute Resolution Survey: Currents of Change: 2019 Preliminary Report

Nadja Alexander, Janet Checkley, Shouyu Chong

Research output: Other contribution


SIDRA’s Director, Professor Nadja Alexander said, “In 2019 the world of international dispute resolution is at a turning point and that means we need know what the decision-makers are thinking and doing. With this survey, we wanted to learn more about how businesses and their legal advisers are making decisions about resolving cross-border disputes, and why. The findings of the SIDRA survey deliver this much-needed information, both confirming certain assumptions and offering some surprises. The value of this work lies not only in the fresh perspectives it now offers the international dispute resolution arena; but also in fact that today’s SIDRA survey report marks the start of a longitudinal survey that will continue offer businesses and the legal profession critical insights into strategic factors determining their dispute resolution choices.”
Original languageEnglish
TypeEmpirical Research on User Preferences to International Dispute Resolution
Media of outputPreliminary Data Report
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2019


  • International Dispute Resolution
  • Private International Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Litigation


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