Assessing the Italian tax courts system by weighted three-way log-ratio analysis
Antonello D'Ambra and
Eric J. Beh
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 2021, vol. 73, issue C
Deciding on what should be the most suitable reforms of a national judicial system, whether this means reorganising a courts' structure or offering incetives to judges, requires more empirical evidence. The efficiency of the public judicial system is important to any functioning democracy as it affects several aspects of citizens’ life. As a consequence, new statistical methodologies are required for further valuable insights into the issues that affect the effectiveness of a judicial system.
Keywords: Judicial system evaluation; Three-way contingency tables; Log-ratio analysis; Odds ratios; Interactive biplots (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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