PSG XVIII: Justice and Court Administration

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Authors Titles
Boguslaw BANASZAK,

Krzysztof WYGODA

University of Wrocław – Poland

Administrative judiciary in Poland: selected issues
Loïc CADIET,

Jean-Paul JEAN,

Hélène PAULIAT,

Aurélie BINET-GROSCLAUDE,

Caroline FOULQUIER

University of Limoges – France

Strengthening the administration of justice for better means to judge
Nadia CARBONI,

Marco VELICOGNA

IRSIG – CNR

University of Bologna – Italy

Electronic data exchange within European Justice: a good opportunity?
F. de JONG

Utrecht University School of Law – The Netherlands

A reciprocal turn in criminal justice?

Shifting conceptions of legitimate authority in Dutch criminal law

Gavin DREWRY

Emeritus Professor of Public Administration, Royal Holloway, University of London – United Kingdom

The belated arrival of a British ministry of justice – a new era of parliamentary accountability for the administration of justice?
Angela EICHER,

Kuno SCHEDLER

University of St. Gallen – Switzerland

Management responses to multiple rationalities in courts – A Review
Emannuel JEULAND

Anastasia SOTIROPOULOU

Université Panthéon Sorbonne Paris 1 – France

The Role of Communication in the French Judicial System
Jon T. JOHNSEN,

University of Oslo – Norway

The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) Reforming European justice systems – mission impossible?”
Christophe KOLLER,

IDHEAP‐BADAC, University of Lausanne – Switzerland

Daniel FINK,

ICDP, University of Lausanne – Switzerland

Justice and courts administrations, their working and efficiency in federal States.
Aspect of sentencing and its outcome in Switzerland
Philip LANGBROEK,

Mandy van der VELDE

Utrecht University + The Netherlands

Written motivations of decisions of Utrecht District Court: The influence of organization and case characteristics on decision text characteristics
Andreas LIENHARD

Daniel KETTIGER

Daniela WINKLER

Kompetenzzentrum für Public Management

Universität Bern – Switzerland

 Court Management in Switzerland
Ran LACHMAN

School of Business, the College of Management – Israel

Moshe BAR NIV

Law School, Inter-Disciplinary Centre – Israel

Legal and Non-legal Factors Affecting Court Justices’ Decision Behavior
Luigi LEPORE

Concetta METALLO

Rocco AGRIFOGLIO

Parthenope University Naples – Italy

Court Management in the Justice System:

A Performance Evaluation Model

András PATYI

National University of Public Service – Hungary

Administrative Justice and Constitutionality in Hungary
Petra PEKKANEN,

Maija ERONEN,

Pauliina SEPPÄLÄ,

Timo PIRTTILÄ

Lappeenranta University of Technology – Finland

Designing and implementing delay reduction projects in courts
David M. VAUGHN

USAID/Ukraine FAIR Judiciary Project – Ukraine

On Structural Prerequisites for the Keepers of the Holy Grail: Administrative Elites and Ministerial Organisation in Executive Coordination
Giancarlo VECCHI

Politecnico di Milano – Italy

The modernization of  judicial system in Italy and the search for good  practices: first results of  the national program “Diffusion of best  practices in the Italian  judicial officies”. An analysis using a causal mechanisms approach
Anne WALLACE

University of Canberra – Australia

Kathy MACK,

Sharyn ROACH ANLEU

Flinders University – Australia

Caseload allocation and Special Judicial Skills: Finding the ‘Right Judge’?