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Title: Is Inefficiency under control in the Justice Administration?
Author: Espasa Queralt, Marta
Esteller Moré, Alejandro
Keywords: Administració de justícia
Personal de l'administració de justícia
Eficàcia i validesa del dret
Administration of justice
Judicial officers
Effectiveness and validity of law
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2011
Publisher: FUNCAS. Fundación de las Cajas de Ahorros
Abstract: Efficiency in the administration of justice is found to increase over time, while the variation in the efficiency of the courts tended to remain low and fall over time. This would appear to be good news, at least for the case studied here: the civil courts of first instance in Spain between 2005 and 2009. Apart from the simple passing of time, the percentage of temporary judges in the system also determines some of the differences in efficiency between courts over time. Thus, we find that the greater the percentage of temporary judges, the lower is the efficiency of the courts. Overall, the average relative efficiency level for the period 2005 to 2009 was 97.46%, suggesting the matter is under control.
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It is part of: Documentos de Trabajo, 2011, num. 619, p. 1-25
ISSN: 1988-8767
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Economia)

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