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Judicial Systems in Transition Economies: Assessing the Past, Looking to the Future

James Anderson, Daivd S. Bernstein and Cheryl W. Gray

No 7351 in World Bank Publications - Books from The World Bank Group

Abstract: The report examines how courts have performed, and reveals their impact on public opinion and the business environment. It provides insight into linkages among reforms as well as linkages between reforms and public demand for a fair judiciary. The authors show that while each country presents different challenges and opportunities, certain lessons apply in most settings. Their insights and data would be useful to policy makers, judicial personnel, and those involved in reforming judiciaries.

Date: 2005
ISBN: 978-0-8213-6189-4
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