Quantitative Accountability And The National Prosecuting Authority In South Africa
Explores how performance measurement systems shape South African court and managerial prosecutors' understanding of accountability and their legal work practices.
|auteur:||Mugler, Johanna (universitat Bern, Switzerland)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Afmetingen:||235 x 157 x 15|
Johanna Mugler joined the Department for Social Anthropology at the Universität Bern, Switzerland, as a Lecturer and Researcher in 2012. She holds a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and was a Ph.D. Candidate at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle. Her primary research goals are directed at understanding how people and institutions are accomplishing complex social phenomena like accountability, justice, equality and redistribution. In her postdoctoral research 'Sharing Global Corporate Profits' she explores the fiscal accountabilities of global taxpayers and the negotiation and making of international tax law within the 'G20 OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting' initiative.
1. From apartheid administrators to lawyers of the people: a history of accountability inside the South African Prosecution Authority (1948–2018); 2. Ethnographic research in a multi-local organisation: access, challenges and methods; 3. Stats talk' and alternative expressions of accountability: NPA lower court prosecutors at work; 4. No fear of numbers: reactivity and the political economy of NPA performance measurement; 5. At the top of the NPA: managing with numbers and numerical reflexivity; 6. Lies, damned lies and statistics: making sense of misleading or imperfect NPA conviction rates.
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