The importance of a functional judiciary for the economy is a time-honoured belief held by economists. Especially in recent years, this theory has been confirmed by several studies exposing the connection between courts’ quality and economic development. However, a complete understanding of the factors underlying the evolution of judicial performance is still in the early stages of development. This dissertation offers an analysis of judicial performance from an economic perspective. Court performance is understood as a multidimensional concept having at least three dimensions, namely: independence, efficiency and accessibility

Judicial Efficiency, Productivity, Accessibility
L.T. Visscher (Louis) , S. Voigt (Stefan) , E. Kantorowicz-Reznichenko (Elena)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
hdl.handle.net/1765/113958
EDLE - The European Doctorate in Law and Economics programme
This thesis was written as part of the European Doctorate in Law and Economics programme
Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics

de Araújo Fauvrelle, T. (2019, January 10). An Economic Analysis of Judicial Performance. EDLE - The European Doctorate in Law and Economics programme. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/113958