Tuesday, April 28, 2009
How the Law and the Sciences Think About Knowledge
In my posts this month, I have looked at how to improve the way social scientists and empirical legal scholars produce empirical knowledge. I want to focus this week on the legal side of this issue. Those who buy the arguments I have made so far should agree that evidence based systematic reviews are a superior way for academics and policy makers to assess what is known about a particular problem. But can we use these reviews in litigation setting?
Posted by John Pfaff on April 28, 2009 at 02:55 PM | Permalink
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