Quality & Quantity 37: 455–460, 2003.
Quality & Quantity
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
Vittorio Capecchi, University of Bologna, Italy
AIMS AND SCOPE
Quality & Quantity is a journal constituting a point of reference for all European and non-European
scholars willing to discuss instruments of methodology for more rigorous scientiﬁc results in the
The journal publishes papers on causal analysis, models of classiﬁcation, methods for construct-
ing typologies, models of simulation, graph theory applications, mathematical models applied to
social mobility, models of choice behavior, mathematical models of voting behavior, discussions on
the general logic of empirical research, analysis of the validity and veriﬁcation of social laws, and
Essentially, Quality & Quantity is an interdisciplinary journal which systematically correlates
disciplines such as mathematics and statistics with those of the social sciences, particularly sociology,
economics, and social psychology.
Finally, it aims to spread the discussion of the most interesting contributions to methodology from
scholars of different nations, having as an objective the scientiﬁc development of social research;
therefore, it avoids accepting papers which have no applicative potential.
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