Knowledge for Justice

Knowledge for Justice



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Projects promoted

At IRSIG-CNR, empirical research projects are the key tool to improve the knowledge of the functioning justice systems and the understanding of their dynamics of innovation and change. The research methods used are mainly empirical and comparative, with an interdisciplinary approach, which involves the intertwining of different fields of knowledge such as law, organisational theory, political science, management, information and communication technology, public policy analysis, sociology, and social psychology.

Co-funded projects

Self-funded projects

  • Judicial personnel policies in continental Europe
  • Governance of judicial systems in European countries
  • Analysis of disciplinary decisions of the Italian Judicial Council and of other disciplinary systems
  • Judicial reforms in Italy
  • Comparative analysis of the role of public prosecutor
  • Customer satisfaction in Courts
  • First study of surveillance magistracy system
  • Clerks office organization in Public Prosecutor's Office
  • Juvenile criminal proceedings and probation in Italy
  • Judicial interviews with juveniles victims and witnesses
  • Social and professional profiles of lay judges in juvenile proceedings
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