Economic Justice and Judicial Structure

Society & Sustainability

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Title Economic Justice and Judicial Structure
Creator Lalude, Olalekan Moyosore
Fatehinse, Ayodeji
Subject Economic Justice, Judicial Structure, Income Inequality, Institutions, Nigeria
Description Economic justice is the expression of the effective distribution of economic goods. This could be realized through judicial mechanisms.   Effective judicial systems are the platform on which economic justice can be actualized. There is a positive connection between economic justice and an effective judicial system, and this is usually measured by the rule of law and the level of its regard.  The paper argued that one of the established dysfunctional characteristics of developing nations is the failure of their judicial system to deliver economic justice and the inability of the state to coordinate the integrity of its institutions. This paper employed a qualitative approach in its exploration of the issues. It engaged content analysis in the processing of the arguments it advanced. The paper argued that the resolution of economic justice and other institutional considerations could help in economic growth, especially in Nigeria. The paper concluded by suggesting that judicial structure must be strengthened in order to derive the capacity needed to realize economic justice in Nigeria.
Publisher Research & Innovation Initiative
Date 2020-05-18
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Society & Sustainability; Vol 2 No 1 (2020): Society & Sustainability; 25-34
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Society & Sustainability

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