Nicolas Lampach

I am a Research Associate with the EUTHORITY project and Postdoc fellow at the Centre for Legal Theory and Empirical Jurisprudence at KU Leuven University. I work in the fields of Legal Theory, Judicial Behaviour, Decision Making under Risk and Uncertainty, Game Theory, Econometrics and Agricultural Economics. Prior to working on the EUTHORITY research project, I worked as a PhD candidate (Excellence Initiative Fellowship) in Economic Sciences at the University of Strasbourg and my PhD thesis deals about risk management in the presence of ambiguity.  My current research work focuses on the empirical analysis of law and courts; automated content analysis techniques to legal texts and developing forecasting techniques to predict upcoming court cases.