Research Methods in International Law
This timely Handbook contains a wide-ranging overview of the research methods used within international law, covering topics across doctrinal, empirical, socio-legal, interdisciplinary research methods and methodology.
'This Handbook contains a rich overview of contending approaches and techniques, often proxies for grand theories and perspectives. It offers food for thought, inspiration, wisdom, and things one can cheerfully disagree with – the editors are to be congratulated for having produced such a well-rounded volume.’
– Jan Klabbers, University of Helsinki, Finland