The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL) is fresh off the press and can be found online.

This special issue entitled, “New frontiers in empirical legal research: Text-as-data and network analysis of international economic law,” features eight articles dedicated to data-driven research techniques in international economic law. The volume also contains a list of useful resources for scholars and practitioners. The list and select articles are available online for free.

As Co-editor in Chief of JIEL, I’ve been especially pleased with the work of the outstanding authors, staff and OUP support as we’ve increased our breadth of coverage over the last year.  Hopefully our readers will be as well.


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