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Les décisions des juges sont-elles influencées par la météo ? Application aux décisions en matière de divorce en France

Abstract : After a review of empirical literature on the link between meteorology (temperature, precipitation, cloud cover, wind...) and productive activity behaviors mainly in the tertiary sector and more specifically in judicial activity, we propose an empirical analysis of the impact of outdoor temperature and rainfall levels on court decisions made in French courts of appeal during divorce proceedings, based on a sample of approximately 4,000 court decisions to which daily and geo-localized meteorological data were matched. Our analysis focuses on child support decisions in divorce proceedings. We show that, all other things being equal, decisions made when the maximum outside temperature is cool would be more favorable to parents who have not appealed, and when the maximum outside temperature is high, decisions would be more favorable to fathers.
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https://hal.univ-lorraine.fr/hal-03437622
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Submitted on : Tuesday, March 8, 2022 - 5:56:17 PM
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Marc Deschamps, Julie Mansuy, Bruno Jeandidier. Les décisions des juges sont-elles influencées par la météo ? Application aux décisions en matière de divorce en France. 2022. ⟨hal-03437622⟩

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