Empirical Legal Research: A Primer (Paperback)Kees van den Bos (author)
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Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
'Empirical Legal Research: A Primer is a wonderful introduction to, and continuing reference for, the use of empirical methods to study legal issues. At a time when policy research, evidence-based legal process, and fact-based input into legal decisions are becoming more and more important, this book is a valuable resource for law students, legal scholars, practicing lawyers, and policy makers. The book is accessible and interesting - I recommend it!' -- Allan Lind, Duke University, US
'Empirical Legal Research: A Primer is a great book. It makes clear that doing empirical research is important, enriching and fun. It explains in a very simple, clear and effective way how to set up and carry out such research and what part of empirical research you can carry out yourself and when you need the help of an expert. If I had never done any empirical legal research myself, I'm sure that I would want to start immediately after reading this book.' -- Bert Marseille, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
'This textbook provides law students, legal scholars and practicing lawyers with a broad and easily accessible introduction to empirical methods for legal research. Even the most math phobic will profit from this textbook which makes it easy and painless to become an informed consumer and an enthusiastic practitioner of empirical research projects in law.' -- Tom Tyler, Yale University, US
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