Law has an ambivalent nature; often presented as a separate discipline, it is also a component of the management sciences, which explains why it is taught in all management training programs. Research in Law, which presents true specificities, is inseparable from legal teachings. The impact of this research on all those who use the Law and, more generally, on society, is real. The measurement of the extent of this impact, however, remains a delicate operation, even if some options are worth exploring.
BOUTHINON-DUMAS, H., VOSS, W.G. et REBEYROL, V. (2017). L’impact de la recherche en droit et sa mesure. Les Petites Affiches, (189), pp. 11-20.