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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Judicial reforms in India.
New Delhi : Academic Foundation in association with Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, 2007
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arnab Kumar Hazra; Bibek Debroy; Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies.
|Description:||330 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: Issues and aspects of judicial reforms in India / A.K. Hazra and B. Debroy.--
What can the rule of law variable tell us about rule of law reforms? / K.E. Davis.--
Legal structure and economic freedom of states in India / B. Debroy and L. Bhandari. --
Justice and the poor: does the poverty of law explain elusive justice to poor? / V. Upadhyay. --
Contemporary views on access to justice in India / G.C. Bharuka. --
Delays in the administration of justice / C. Baar. --
The problem of court congestion: evidence fron Indian lower courts / A.K. Hazra and M.B. Micevska. --
Legal reform and economic development in India: case of alternative dispute resolution / N. Nawn. --
Pursuing best practice levels of judicial productivity: an international perspective on case backlog and delay reduction in India / B. Walsh. --
The reduction of case backlog in the courts: a framework and strategy / C. Barr and R.G. Haan. --
Driving transformation: the elements in achieving transformation in courts through technology / M. Sagi.--
Technology and its impact on backlog and delay reduction / A.S. Bedi. --
Crime deterrence and the need for reforms: an analysis of Indian states / D. Chakraborty, A.K. Hazra and P. Chakraborty.
|Responsibility:||editors, Arnab Kumar Hazra, Bibek Debroy.|