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Review of Law & Economics

Editor-in-Chief: Parisi, Francesco / Engel, Christoph

Hrsg. v. Cooter, Robert D. / Gómez Pomar, Fernando / Kornhauser, Lewis A. / Parchomovsky, Gideon / Franzoni, Luigi Alberto


CiteScore 2018: 0.32

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Band 8, Heft 2

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What Political Science Can Contribute to the Study of Law

Andrew D. Martin / Morgan L.W. Hazelton
Online erschienen: 31.10.2012 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/1555-5879.1581

Abstract

Despite an inherent kinship, the studies of political science and law spent many decades isolated from one another. In recent years the two fields have become more and more integrated, with an increasing number of political scientists collaborating with law professors and joining law school faculties. Political science is a rigorous discipline that can benefit both legal scholars and lawyers. Public Law—the subfield of political science that studies law and courts—has much to offer in understanding how judges make decisions and how larger political and institutional contexts affect the legal system. Furthermore, law students can only benefit from exposure to the methodological approaches that are standard in political science. Enhanced integration of political science and law will inherently expand the knowledge and reach of lawyers and legal scholars due to the important contributions discussed in this article.

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Online erschienen: 31.10.2012


Quellenangabe: Review of Law & Economics, Band 8, Heft 2, Seiten 511–529, ISSN (Online) 1555-5879, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/1555-5879.1581.

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