Handbooks of Research Methods in Law series

Series editors: Jan Smits, Maastricht University, The Netherlands and University of Helsinki, Finland and Nuno Garoupa, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University, US

The Handbooks of Research Methods in Law series provides definitive overviews of how research methods are used within, and affect, key fields of law – including European Law, Environmental Law, IP Law, Contract Law, Corporate Law and many others. Offering a deeper reflection, each volume focuses primarily on the prospects and challenges of different methodologies within a given topic.

Each Handbook consists of original contributions from leading authors, including perspectives from multiple appropriate disciplines, and forms a highly original research tool. As well as contributing to the debate on the role of methodology in legal research, these Handbooks will be an invaluable guide to students embarking on a research degree and to researchers moving into a new subject area.

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