Jurimetrics, Kloster Eberbach, 2009

July 01, 2009

Much like econometrics and cliometrics, jurimetrics uses statistical tools to analyse field data that matters for the law. This could be data originating in the legal system itself, like the incidence of concurring votes. It could be data resulting from an exercise in coding legal documents, like the effectiveness of legal orders in handling standardised cases. Or it could be data on social issues that matter for the interpretation of the law, like the use of shareholder rights.

Contributions by:

Theodore Eisenberg, Michael Heise, Martin T. Wells, Mathias Siems, Simon F. Deakin, Holger Spamann, Daniel Rubinfeld, Joanna Shepherd, Yair Listokin, Kathryn Zeiler

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