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Toward Timeliness in Civil Justice

(2015) 41(2) Monash University Law Journal 415

31 Pages Posted: 28 Apr 2016 Last revised: 3 May 2016

Kim M. Economides

Flinders University

Alfred A. Haug

University of Otago - School of Business - Department of Economics

Joe McIntyre

University of South Australia - School of Law

Date Written: April 25, 2016

Abstract

This article presents a new perspective on ‘timeliness’ through developing novel hypotheses and methodologies to explain behavioural and structural determinants of civil case disposition time. Our proposed more comprehensive methodology presents a powerful explanatory tool to inform future empirical investigation, as well as laying foundations for the creation of robust time standards against which civil courts can be more accurately measured, monitored and compared across jurisdictions.

Keywords: Civil Procedure, Delay, Econometrics, Empirical Methodology

Suggested Citation

Economides, Kim M. and Haug, Alfred A. and McIntyre, Joe, Toward Timeliness in Civil Justice (April 25, 2016). (2015) 41(2) Monash University Law Journal 415. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2770226

Kim Economides

Flinders University ( email )

Faculty of Education, Humanities & Law
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Adelaide, South Australia 5001
Australia
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Alfred Haug

University of Otago - School of Business - Department of Economics ( email )

PO Box 56
Dunedin
New Zealand

Joe McIntyre (Contact Author)

University of South Australia - School of Law ( email )

GPO Box 2471
Adelaide SA 5001
Australia

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