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Dilación, eficiencia y costes. ¿Cómo ayudar a que la imagen de la Justicia se corresponda mejor con la realidad?

Santos Pastor Prieto ()
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Santos Pastor Prieto: UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID Y CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES EN DERECHO Y ECONOMÍA

No 201020, Working Papers from Fundacion BBVA / BBVA Foundation

Abstract: This paper provides estimates of courts delay, a methodology to measure delay, and an explanation of the consequences and the policies available to reduce it. The types of legal disputes and the shortage of settlement rates are evidences of endogenous demand-inefficiency motivated by the law, the courts and the practices of the legal profession. Other topics addressed, though with less extension, are the social costs of justice -including public expending, private costs and indirect or hidden costs caused by an inadequate justice system-, and a preliminary assessment of productive efficiency due to organizational, managerial, technological and governance problems.

Keywords: Court delay; litigation costs; judicial systems; efficiency of public sector; public management; institutions and growth. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 134
Date: 2003-03
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