The Economic Analysis Section of the Justice System
The Economic Analysis Section of the Justice System carries out economic, statistical and sociological research on the system of justice, its individual institutions and their effectiveness.
The section’s scope of work includes the following areas:
– performance indicators of the judiciary,
– jurisdiction of courts and other entities and organizational units,
– opinion polls and opinion polls by representatives of various professional groups
– economic and statistical analyzes of legal provisions.
The tasks of the section also include monitoring the needs and social assessments of the judiciary, its statistical and media image as well as the costs and effects of the functioning of this system. Section members also support research projects carried out in other sections of the Institute, especially in the field of sample selection for research, construction of research tools and databases, statistical analyzes and assessment of the effects of proposed legal and organizational changes.
The Economic Analysis Section of the Justice System includes:
dr Paweł Ostaszewski – kierownik
prof. IWS Paweł Waszkiewicz
dr Justyna Włodarczyk-Madejska
mgr Joanna Klimczak