So long as publishers are willing, readers can benefit from what the prolific author calls his "inability to resist the temptation to gather papers emitted . . . over the years. . . ." The twenty gathered here deal mostly with international investment and the multinational corporation, about which the none-too-retired and highly emeritorious professor has had many clarifying, acerbic and often original things to say over the years. A few of the papers have not been previously published and a number have appeared only in out-of-the-way places. They include the famous "GATT For Investment" and the less-well-known "Further Reflections" on the same subject.