The Incorporation Problem in Interdisciplinary Legal Research, Part 2: Case Studies

2 Pages Posted: 20 Feb 2016

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Sanne Taekema

Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), Erasmus School of Law

Wibren van der Burg

Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam; Queen Mary University of London, School of Law

Date Written: February 17, 2016

Abstract

As our previous issue 8:2, this issue of Erasmus Law Review addresses the problem of incorporating insights from non-legal disciplines into legal research. Whereas the articles in issue 8:2 focused on more general and theoretical questions with regard to the incorporation problem, this issue contains a number of case studies. The first four articles reflect on concrete research projects conducted by legal researchers in which they include a form of interdisciplinarity. The final article takes a different approach, by using Ph.D. theses, scholarly articles, and Law Reform Commission reports, analyzing whether and how legal researchers do interdisciplinary research.

Suggested Citation

Taekema, Sanne and van der Burg, Wibren, The Incorporation Problem in Interdisciplinary Legal Research, Part 2: Case Studies (February 17, 2016). Erasmus Law Review, Vol. 8, No. 3, 2015. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2734153

Sanne Taekema (Contact Author)

Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), Erasmus School of Law ( email )

3000 DR Rotterdam
Netherlands

Wibren Van der Burg

Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam ( email )

Section Sociology, Theory and Methodology
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3000 DR Rotterdam
Netherlands

HOME PAGE: http://www.wibrenvanderburg.nl

Queen Mary University of London, School of Law ( email )

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