The Incorporation Problem in Interdisciplinary Legal Research, Part 2: Case Studies
2 Pages Posted: 20 Feb 2016
Date Written: February 17, 2016
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.
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