Dr. J.J. Kantorowicz is Assistant Professor at Leiden Institute of Tax Law and Economics
I have obtained a doctoral degree within the European Doctorate of Law & Economics (EDLE) program. This explains why studying law and public institutions with social science methods is my core research interest. I am particularly vested into design-led quantitative research methods that include in particular experimental, quasi-experimental and natural experimental approaches. More recently my projects increasingly employ computational social science methods such as automated text (law as data) and network analyses.
You can reach out to me if you would like to talk about quantitative approaches to studying law and legal institutions. Particularly, if you would like to run regressions, execute lab or survey experiments and perform text or network analysis of legal documents. What is more, law often generates interesting natural experiments, and I could give you some tips how to think along those lines.