Administração pública, conflito e arbitragem: política pública de acesso extrajudicial à justiça
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Universidade Federal de Goiás
This research lends itself to investigate the phenomenon of arbitration within the Public Administration. In this sense, it begins by studying the so-called consensus management paradigm, in which the state opens itself to the consensual solution of conflicts. It also focuses on the general study of arbitration, exploring its character, at the same time, contractual and jurisdictional, identifying its elements and pointing to how they come to be conceived when the Public Administration participates in the process, either as a party, or in the position of arbiter. A conflict analysis is made, indicating, from game theory, how in the arbitral process the conflicting parties can behave cooperatively, even though they occupy opposite poles. Then, using a functional analysis of the law aimed at a legal study of public policies, is investigate how arbitration can function as a public policy of access to justice, having instrumental (media) and teleological (end) content characteristic of a public policy. There is a qualitative research, with a bibliographic documentary approach, for the development of the theoretical questions, with the aid of case study. It also uses the dialectical-argumentative method, taking advantage of elements of the rhetorical study of law. As for the theoretical references, the research uses post-positivism, philosophical hermeneutics, the functionalist approach to law and game theory applied to conflicts.
NATAL, Miccael Pardinho. Administração pública, conflito e arbitragem: política pública de acesso extrajudicial à justiça. 2019. 156 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Direito e Políticas Públicas) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2019.