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CARRASCO DELGADO, Nicolás. CIVIL PROCEDURE AS A NON-REPETITIVE MOVE AND AS A MEANS OF INTERNALISING BRIEFING LOADS: A VIEW FROM THE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF LAW. Rev. chil. derecho [online]. 2017, vol.44, n.1, pp.185-207. ISSN 0718-3437.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-34372017000100009.

During this paper, we will focus on the civil procedure exam as a decisional context in which it is possible to apply academic analysis of law. In that regard, we do not seek to exhaust the debate as to whether economic analysis of law and efficiency criteria (for which content is acquired) enjoy recognition in the system of Civil Law or are admissible as decision criteria. The purpose of this article is more straightforward. We seek to indicate the reasons why in those civil proceedings in which efficiency is admissible as a decisional factor, the appropriate incentives are generated to internalize the cost of obtaining a favourable pronouncement, producing sufficient information to resolve the issues in which efficiency is recognised as a decisional factor. This leads to the discrediting of the habitual belief that efficiency demands that the proceedings generate enough information to make its recognition as a decisional factor impossible.

Palabras clave : Economic Analysis of Law; Procedural Law; Burden of proof.

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