Preobrazba građanskog pravosuđa pod utjecajem globalnih i regionalnih integracijskih procesa. Jedinstvo i različitost

Opis projekta
National civil justice systems are deeply rooted in national legal culture and traditions. However, in the past few decades they are increasingly under the influence of integration processes at the supra-national, regional and international level. The emergence of economic and political unions and globalisation processes exert as a by-product pressure to harmonise or even unify the way in which national civil justice systems operate. In an attempt to create a ‘genuine area of justice’, new unified procedures are being developed. They operate in parallel with national civil procedures, and sometimes even strive to replace them. As a reaction to the forces that endeavour to harmonise and unify procedural laws and practices, an opposite trend is gaining momentum: a trend that insists on diversity and pluralism of national civil procedures. The basis of this trend is the claim for national procedural autonomy/sovereignty. The research within this project will focus on the evolution of procedural reforms in various jurisdictions, with a particular emphasis on Croatia, its broader region (successor states of the former Yugoslavia) and Europe. The purpose is to identify to what extent the tensions between the centrifugal and centripetal forces contribute to development of judicial structures that provide a higher level of proper and effective legal protection, and to which extent these tensions create confusion and produce legal transplants and irritants that are equally or less effective than traditional procedures.


Šifra projekta


HRZZ - Hrvatska zaklada za znanost

Detalji financiranja
 IP - Istraživački projekti

Ukupan iznos financiranja projekta
580.000,00 HRK

Trajanje projekta
2015-01-01 - 2018-12-31

Ustanova - uloga
Pravni fakultet, Zagreb - (580.000,00 HRK)

Osoba - Ustanova - uloga [pocetak - zavrsetak]
(MBZ: , CROSBI: ) - nema - Voditelj projekta [2015-01-01 - 2018-12-31]