What Should Empirical Legal Economists Do?
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics , Volume 174 - Issue 1 p. 29- 33
Christoph Engel (2018) argues that empirical work in law is fundamentally different
from empirical work in the social sciences generally. Because of this, he
implores empirical legal scholars to rethink their approach.
Specifically, Engel suggests that empirical social scientists are primarily interested in understanding and predicting behavior, whereas empirical lawyers wish to improve society. [...]
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Klick, J.M. (2018). What Should Empirical Legal Economists Do?. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 174(1), 29–33. doi:10.1628/093245617X15096094637986