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Alle origini di un altro divario: la domanda di giustizia nel Sud

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    Il lavoro costituisce l’avvio di un percorso di ricerca sulla litigiosità e sulle sue determinanti socio-economiche, culturali e territoriale, nel contesto della riflessione riguardante più in generale le inefficienze del sistema della giustizia civile e le conseguenze che ne derivano per lo sviluppo economico del paese. L’analisi, svolta sulla base di una serie storica (2001- 2008) di dati disaggregati per materia di contenzioso, delinea i tratti differenziati che la domanda di giustizia civile assume nelle aree territoriali del paese e, ne indaga, più in particolare, le dimensioni quantitative e qualitative che presenta nel Mezzogiorno.

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    Paper provided by Fondazione Res in its series Working Papers Res with number 1/2010.

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    Length: 23 pages
    Date of creation: 01 Jun 2010
    Date of revision: 01 Jun 2010
    Handle: RePEc:ris:wpares:2010_001
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    Fondazione Res · Istituto di Ricerca su Economia e Società in Sicilia, Via Cerda, 24 · 90139 · Palermo

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