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Epistemic Communities in International Adjudication

Abstract : Epistemic community is a descriptive and analytical category used in social sciences as a whole to denote a group of technicians or professionals sharing common constructed sensibilities. The concept has proved very popular across disciplines and has been constantly transposed across fields. As a result, it has not been univocally understood and its contours have continuously taken the particular shapes of the discipline to which it has been transposed.
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Fabian Cardenas, Jean d'Aspremont. Epistemic Communities in International Adjudication. Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law [MPEiPro], Oxford University Press, 2020, 9780191872549. ⟨hal-03239197⟩

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