Introduction: The Incorporation Problem in Interdisciplinary Legal Research
Part 1: Theoretical Discussions
In the past decades, there has been a rapid increase of interdisciplinary research with regard to law, exemplified in socio-legal research and law and economics. More recently, there has also been – albeit in some countries more than in others – a growing interest in the methodology of legal research. This special issue combines those two trends. It focuses on a crucial obstacle in integrating interdisciplinary research and traditional legal research. It is the question how we can incorporate other disciplines and their findings into legal doctrinal research.
|Keywords||interdisciplinary legal research|
|Persistent URL||dx.doi.org/10.5553/ELR.000050, hdl.handle.net/1765/79735|
|Series||Erasmus Law Review|
|Journal||Erasmus Law Review|
Taekema, H.S, & van der Burg, W. (2015). Introduction: The Incorporation Problem in Interdisciplinary Legal Research. Erasmus Law Review, 8(2), 39–42. doi:10.5553/ELR.000050