Bilal Siddiqi from the World Bank presents his research on “Using administrative data systems to improve court efficiency (India, Kenya, Tanzania)”.
Questions reviewed through this research include:
How do disputes get reported?
How is the quality of adjudication affected by rules, institutions, capacity of individuals or structure of the court systems?
What information is generated in the courts, for whom, and how is this disseminated or rewarded?
What are the subjective or behavioural biases that might need to be taken into consideration?
This presentation was part of a larger convening workshop for EDI, “Sharing Solutions, Sharing Strategies: A Policy Institute for Innovations in Public Services,” which involved 13 implementing partners of the programme. Participants had an opportunity to hear about all the work being carried out across the consortium, which helped identify important synergies. Researchers also had an opportunity to gain feedback on work-in-progress.
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