1 For most of the twentieth century, the question of the financial aspects of international adjudication was hardly an issue. However, during the last decade of the twentieth century and the first of the twenty-first century, as the number of international adjudicative bodies rapidly increased and the functions they carry out expanded beyond mere international dispute settlement, the question of who should pay for their operations and how became a major concern of States and scholarship alike (Ingadottir, 2014; Romano, 2006; Wippman, 2006). Control over funding...
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