Year: 2023 | Month: March | Volume 68 | Issue 1

Economic and Educational Dimensions of Efficiency Justice

Oksana Holovchenko Yuriy Safonov Olena Pavlenko Ievgen Bazhenkov Yevhenii Doiar
DOI:10.46852/0424-2513.1.2023.24

Abstract:

The article analyzes and proves the interaction of such indicators of the efficiency of justice as the level of training and professional development of a judge, the number of canceled and changed decisions on appeal, the level of public confidence to the judiciary and the number of European Court of Human Rights decisions against Ukraine. It is substantiated that to avoid an increase in the number of decisions of the European Court of Human Rights against Ukraine, it is necessary to increase the training and professional development of a judge, reduce the number of canceled and changed decisions on appeal and increase public confidence to the judiciary. By influencing at least one of the indicators of the efficiency of justice, it is possible to achieve effectiveness in the system of efficiency justice. The article proves that justice and economic preconditions create the basis for the unity of implementation of aspects of the effectiveness of the judiciary. Emphasis is placed on the creation and implementation of criteria and indicators of the efficiency of justice in combination with economic components, which will help adjust the indicators
of justice and find ways to improve the economic performance of justice. Improving the indicators (the level of training and professional development of a judge, the number of canceled and changed decisions on appeal, the level of public confidence to the judiciary and the number of decisions of the European Court of Human Rights against Ukraine) it can be argued that there is a systematic effective impact on the system. The article substantiates that the main points of contact between the interaction of justice and the economic system in the plane of comparison indicate the functioning of the interdependent influence of concepts. Efficiency justice is impossible without economic development, and the economic system cannot function without efficiency justice.

Highlights

  • The article proves that justice and economic preconditions create the basis for the unity of implementation of aspects of the effectiveness of the judiciary.
  • The elements of the organization of justice are related to the functioning of the economic system.
  • The goal of economic efficiency is aimed not only at the activities of the judiciary, which considers relevant cases, but also at the entire economic mechanism.




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