Sérier pour révéler une norme de comportement institutionnel: analyse croisée de trois juridictions
Camille Chaserant (),
Julie Claustre () and
Agnès Gramain ()
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Julie Claustre: LAMOP, UMR 8589, http://lamop.univ-paris1.fr
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This article considers, from a methodological point of view, the way statistical analysis is used in both history and economics approaches, by comparing threee researches on french judicial data. These three projects differ according to the period considered (Middle age / nowadays), the jurisdiction studied (the royal Châtelet court / lawyers disciplinary courts / family law), and the scientific discipline they are attached to. However, they share the purpose of highlighting, through individual data considered as series, the norm of behavior of a judicial institution. This identical aim allows to compare the methodological choices of each research. Even for the contemporary time researches, this purpose indeed deprives the researcher from any ready-made database. More than the academic fields, this lack of information explains the methodological choices made in the seriation process both with the specificities of the institutional contexts studied. Moreover, the methodological routines followed when inferential statistics come into play reflect various conceptions of the articulation between theoretical models and empirical data, which go beyond the frontiers of both academic fields
Keywords: statistical methodology; data; norm; jurisdiction; history, economics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C81 N01 N40 K4 K36 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 14 pages
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