DETERMINANTS OF LEGAL CERTAINTY: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW
The purpose of this research is to review the literatures related to the determinants of legal certainty. The method used is a systematic literature review with the PRISMA approach. Scopus was chosen as the source of information because Scopus is currently the largest and reputable scientific database. We collected data in online databases with large repositories of academic studies, journal articles, written in English and fully accessible by the authors. A predefined string was used to extract 295 articles, and the results were reviewed and checked. The results of this study found more holistic factors including political, economic, social, culture, legal and technology factors. There are 7 (seven) determinants of legal certainty: independent judicial system, legal consistency and clarity, quality human resources, existence of government authority, source of funding through revenue (municipal) bonds, legal culture and technology. The implication of this study discussed latter.
Legal Certainty, Determinant, Systematic Literature Review