Public Sciences & Policies

CAPA V5 N1

Volume V, Number 1, 2019

Special Edition:
Justice Administration and Policies

ISSN 2183-7384 | E-ISSN 2184-0644

 

 

 

Guest Editors:

Philip Langbroek
Utrecht School of Law, Utrecht University and Montaigne Centre for Judicial Administration and Conflict Resolution, Netherlands

Tomás de Aquino Guimarães
Universidade de Brasília, Brazil

 

 On this edition:


 


Editorial

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.9-12

Pedro Miguel Alves Ribeiro Correia, CAPP, ISCSP, ULisboa, Portugal


Case study - Improving Commercial Case Management in Courts in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.13-31

Marina Matic Boskovic, Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research, Serbia

Ana Krnic Kulusic, WBG, Croatia


Connecting the European e-Justice community: Towards a new governance model for e-CODEX

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.33-51

Sandra Taal, Ministry of Justice and Security, Netherlands

Zoi Kolitsi, AUTh, Greece

Marco Velicogna, IGSG, CNR, Italy 

Josje Groustra, Ministry of Justice and Security, Netherlands

Ernst Steigenga, Ministry of Justice and Security, Netherlands


Administration of justice and courts' budget: an independence and a managerial issue

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.53-68

Federica Viapiana, IRSIG, CNR, Italy 

Marco Fabri, IRSIG, CNR, Italy 


Improving access to courts and access to justice in cross-border litigation: lessons from EU experiences

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.69-92

Marco Velicogna, IGSG, CNR, Italy 

E. A. Ontanu, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands


Small claims: the building blocks of access to justice

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.93-108

Maria Clara Cunha Farias, UnB, Brazil


Efficacy of Performance: Administrative Metrics in the Brazilian Judiciary

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.109-126

Wander Fernandes Ribeiro Filho, UFV, Brazil

Joyce Santana Bernardo, UFV, Brazil

Fernanda Maria de Almeida, UFV, Brazil


Enforcement by Courts of Auditors Post-LAI: The Role of Translation and Closeness to Citizens

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.147-165

Carolina Wunsch Marcelino, TCEPR, Brazil

Samir Adamoglu de Oliveira, IBEPES, Brazil


Negotiated legality and political work: the social construction of the legal environment around breastfeeding in Brazil

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.189-208

Luciana Godri, PUCPR, Brazil


The impact of lawyers in legal proceedings: a review of the literature

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2019.VVN1/pp.231-245

Eduardo Watanabe, UnB, Brazil

Caio Castelliano de Vasconcelos, UnB, Brazil



Public Sciences & Policies

About Public Sciences & Policies

Public Sciences & Policies is a scientific periodical published by the Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa. Papers submitted for publication ago through a double-blind peer review, limiting possible bias in the process. The journal has reviewers specialized in its many areas of publication. Editors have the final decision on the publication of each paper, based on the reviewers’ judgment. Papers submitted for publication must be original texts following the journal submission rules.

 

 

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Editorial Board

Diretor and Editor-in-Chief:

Pedro Miguel Alves Ribeiro Correia, Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

 

Editor for Internationalization:

Pedro Gomes Rodrigues, Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

 

Executive Editor:

Ireneu de Oliveira Mendes, Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Advisory Board:

Adalmir Gomes, University of Brasilia, Brazil

 

André Soares, Coventry University, United Kingdom

 

Edson Filho, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil

 

Fernanda Guarido, Brazilian Institute of Social Studies and Research, Brazil

 

Julián Aliseda, University of Extremadura, Spain

 

Nuno Garoupa, George Mason University, USA

 

Tomás de Aquino Guimarães, University of Brasilia, Brazil

 

Editorial Assistant:

Sandra Patrícia Marques Pereira, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal