A recent study titled, "Jobs for Justice(s): Corruption in the Supreme Court of India", authored by SMU Associate Professor of Economics (Education) Madhav Shrihari Aney, SMU Assistant Professor of Economics (Education) Giovanni Ko and Shubhankar Dam from the University of Portsmouth highlighted the relationship between post-retirement jobs and pre-retirement judgments. In the study they concluded that "authoring judgments in important cases decided in favour of the government are positively associated with securing a post-Supreme Court job and the government holds the post-retirement position as an incentive for a judge while hearing cases involving the government.
Live Law Online
04 Jan 2022
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