SECTION OF ECONOMIC STUDIES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
The Section of Economic Studies of the Justice System conducts economic, statistical and sociological studies on the constitution of the justice system, its individual institutions and their effectiveness.
The Section investigates such areas as
– indicators of the effectiveness of the justice system,
– the jurisdictional powers of courts and other entities and organisational units,
– public opinion surveys and surveys of representatives of various professional groups,
– the economic and statistical studies of legal provisions.
The Section is also responsible for the monitoring of the needs and social evaluation of the justice system, its statistical and media image as well as the costs and effects of the system’s operations. The members of this Section support research projects carried out by other sections of the Institute, providing assistance in the sample selection process, the development of research tools and databases, strategic studies and the assessment of the effects of proposed legal and organisational changes.
The Team of the Section of Economic Studies includes:
dr Paweł Ostaszewski – Head of the Section
prof. zw. dr hab. Andrzej Siemaszko
dr Marek Marczewski
mgr Joanna Klimczak
mgr Justyna Włodarczyk-Madejska