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Nobel Prize Winners in Economics Advocate Mixed Methods, Complex Approaches

Legal scholars seeking rigor in studying the law often turn to single-method solutions  — statistical analyses of large data sets, for example, or lab studies.   They might be surprised to hear two Nobel laureates in Economics talk about the importance of interdisciplinarity, of turning to many methods.

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Introducing 2 new legal realists and 2 old legal realists…

In our September 2011 post, we introduce two members of a younger generation of new legal realists, and re-play some nuggets of wisdom from two of the older generation…. Jerome Frank and Karl Llewellyn.

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