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Law, economics and interdisciplinarity
Péter Cserne and Magdalena Małecka tell us how their book Law and Economics as Interdisciplinary Practice came to be and give an overview on what kind of issues the book tackles. They discuss the position of Law and Economics at a time when questions are raised about the identity and possible further developments of the research project.
Perspectives on Science seminar 16.9.
At the next Perspectives on Science seminar (Monday 16.9.), Carlo Martini (San Raffaele/Helsinki) will present his paper entitled “Here, There, and Everywhere: Extrapolation and Policy Validity in Randomized Field Experiments in Economics”.
Perspectives on Science is a weekly research seminar which brings together experts from science studies and philosophy of science. It is organized by TINT, the Centre for Philosophy of Social Science at the University of Helsinki.