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  • 2017 Interplay between patents and standards in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector and its relevance to the implementation of the WTO Agreements
    by Wu, Xiaoping

  • 2017 Joint Use of Liability and Regulation in Environmental Law
    by Michel, Stephan & Romano, Alessandro & Zannini, Ugo

  • 2017 Comparison of liability sharing rules for environmental damage: An experiment with different levels of solvency
    by Serge Garcia & Julien Jacob & Eve-Angéline Lambert

  • 2017 Subrogation and the Theory of Insurance When Suits Can Be Brought for Losses Suffered
    by A. Mitchell Polinsky & Steven Shavell

  • 2017 Uncertain product risk, information acquisition, and product liability
    by Tim Friehe & Elisabeth Schulte

  • 2017 Un modèle d'accident unilatéral: incertitude non-radicale et estimations différenciées
    by Gérard Mondello

  • 2017 Efficient Compensation: Lessons from Civil Liability
    by Urs Schweizer

  • 2017 Allocation of Liability: On the Efficiency of Composite Sharing Rules
    by Shmuel Leshem

  • 2017 Is limiting financial supervisory liability a way to prevent defensive conduct? The outcome of a European survey
    by Robert J. Dijkstra

  • 2017 Why Agents Need Discretion: The Business Judgment Rule as Optimal Standard of Care
    by Engert Andreas & Goldlücke Susanne

  • 2017 A Note on Trial Delay and Social Welfare: The Impact of Multiple Equilibria
    by Friehe Tim & Miceli Thomas J.

  • 2016 Do Doctors Prescribe Antibiotics Out of Fear of Malpractice?
    by Panthöfer, Sebastian

  • 2016 Do Doctors Prescribe Antibiotics Out of Fear of Malpractice?
    by Panthöfer, S.

  • 2016 Fostering safer innovations through regulatory policies: The case of hazardous products
    by Julien Jacob & Marc Hubert-Depret & Cornel Oros

  • 2016 Multiple tortfeasors in high risk industries: how to share liability?
    by Julien Jacob & Bruno Lovat

  • 2016 Risk, Ambiguity and Efficient Liability Rules: An experiment
    by Nicolas Lampach & Kene Boun My & Sandrine Spaeter

  • 2016 Are Automated Vehicles Coming at the Right Speed?
    by Donald N. Dewees

  • 2016 An Axiomatic Analysis of Joint Liability Problems with Rooted -Tree Structure
    by Takayuki Oishi & Gerard van der Laan & René van den Brink

  • 2016 Costly Pretrial Agreements
    by Luca Anderlini & Leonardo Felli & Giovanni Immordino

  • 2016 Self-insuring against Liability Risk: Evidence from Physician Home Values in States with Unlimited Homestead Exemptions
    by Eric Helland & Anupam B. Jena & Dan P. Ly & Seth A. Seabury

  • 2016 Legal compliance and litigation spending under the English and American rule: Experimental evidence
    by Baptiste Massenot & Maria Maraki & Christian Thoeni

  • 2016 Do Doctors Prescribe Antibiotics Out of Fear of Malpractice?
    by Sebastian Panthöfer

  • 2016 Relative Performance of Liability Rules: Experimental Evidence
    by Vera Angelova & Giuseppe Attanasi & Yolande Hiriart

  • 2016 The Negligence Rule Specificity under Radical Uncertainty
    by Gérard Mondello

  • 2016 Tort Law under Oligopolistic Competition
    by Gérard Mondello & Evens Salies

  • 2016 Tort Reform and the Length of Physician Office Visits
    by Panthöfer, Sebastian

  • 2016 Legal Efficiency and Consistency
    by Luca Anderlini & Leonardo Felli & Alessandro Riboni

  • 2016 Consumers' Costly Responses to Product Safety Threats
    by Ferrer, Rosa & Perrone, Helena

  • 2016 Optimal Liability when Consumers Mispredict Product Usage
    by Andrzej Baniak & Peter Grajzl

  • 2016 Correlated accidents
    by L. A. Franzoni

  • 2016 Optimal liability design under risk and ambiguity
    by L. A. Franzoni

  • 2016 Rewards and punishments: informal contracting through social preferences
    by Chassang, Sylvain & Zehnder, Christian

  • 2016 The importance of negative defensive medicine in the effects of malpractice reform
    by Daniel Montanera

  • 2016 La Creation De Valeur Dans Les Organisations Publiques Et Privees
    by Jean-Luc PENOT

  • 2016 Controlling Product Risks when Consumers Are Heterogeneously Overconfident: Producer Liability versus Minimum-Quality-Standard Regulation
    by Andrzej Baniak & Peter Grajzl

  • 2016 A note on burdens of proof in civil litigation
    by Jeong-Yoo Kim

  • 2016 Optimal liability for optimistic tortfeasors
    by Barbara Luppi & Francesco Parisi

  • 2016 The reasonable person standard: a new perspective on the incentive effects of a tailored negligence standard
    by Charles R. Korsmo

  • 2016 How Our Days Became Numbered
    by Frank L. Slesnick

  • 2016 Taxes and Value: The Ongoing Research and Analysis Relating to the S Corporation Valuation Puzzle
    by Gene A. Trevino

  • 2016 Update to Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Mississippi
    by Carl G. Brooking & Blakely Fox Fender & Harvey L. Fiser

  • 2016 Update to Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Idaho
    by Tyler J. Bowles

  • 2016 Update to Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Utah
    by Tyler J. Bowles

  • 2016 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Rhode Island
    by David Schap & Steven J. Shapiro & Caitlin Street

  • 2016 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Nebraska
    by David I. Rosenbaum & Mark Richardson

  • 2016 An Alternative Estimation Technique for Determining Discount Rates and Earnings Growth Rates in Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Cases
    by Paul M. Mason & Andres Gallo

  • 2016 Update to Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation in Florida
    by David R. Williams

  • 2016 Retiring the Historical Net Discount Rate
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2016 Editors' Note
    by James E. Ciecka & Kurt V. Krueger & Steven J. Shapiro

  • 2016 L’Unione bancaria e il suo impatto sul rapporto tra intermediari e consumatori
    by Pietro Sirena

  • 2016 The role of party politics in medical malpractice tort reforms
    by Matter, Ulrich & Stutzer, Alois

  • 2016 Double-edged torts
    by Luppi, Barbara & Parisi, Francesco & Pi, Daniel

  • 2016 Efficient incentives from obligation law and the compensation principle
    by Schweizer, Urs

  • 2016 Attack-prevention and damage-control investments in cybersecurity
    by Lam, Wing Man Wynne

  • 2016 Why product liability may lower product safety
    by Baumann, Florian & Friehe, Tim & Rasch, Alexander

  • 2016 Learning-by-doing in torts: Liability and information about accident technology
    by Baumann, Florian & Friehe, Tim

  • 2016 Haftpflichtregelungen auf Krankenhausebene können ärztliches Handeln beeinflussen und Kaiserschnittraten senken
    by Sofia Amaral-Garcia & Paola Bertoli & Jana Friedrichsen & Veronica Grembi

  • 2016 Hospital-Level Policy Can Affect Physician Behavior and Reduce C-Section Rates
    by Sofia Amaral-Garcia & Paola Bertoli & Jana Friedrichsen & Veronica Grembi

  • 2016 Uncertainty Regarding Interpretation of the “Negligence Rule” and Its Implications for the Efficiency of Outcomes
    by Jain Satish K.

  • 2015 Freier Warenverkehr und unverfälschter Wettbewerb in der Europäischen Union: Der Beitrag der europäischen Produkthaftung
    by Baumann, Florian

  • 2015 Learning-by-doing in torts: Liability and information about accident technology
    by Baumann, Florian & Friehe, Tim

  • 2015 The influence of product liability on vertical product differentiation
    by Baumann, Florian & Friehe, Tim & Rasch, Alexander

  • 2015 Minimizing errors, maximizing incentives: Optimal court decisions and the quality of evidence
    by Juan José Ganuza & Fernando Gomez & Jose Penalva

  • 2015 Litigation and the Product Rule: A Rent Seeking Approach
    by Jef De Mot & Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2015 A Note on Trial Delay and Social Welfare: The Impact of Multiple Equilibria
    by Tim Friehe & Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2015 Does Experience Rating Improve Obstetric Practices? Evidence From Geographical Discontinuities in Italy
    by Sofia Amaral-Garcia & Paola Bertoli & Veronica Grembi

  • 2015 Are Pain and Suffering Awards (Un-)Predictable? Evidence from Germany
    by Flatscher-Thöni, Magdalena & Leiter, Andra M. & Winner, Hannes

  • 2015 Competition, product safety, and product liability
    by Chen, Yongmin & Hua, Xinyu

  • 2015 Tailoring Negligence Standards to Accident Records
    by Guerra, Alice & Hlobil, Tobias M.

  • 2015 Do ‘Cheeseburger Bills’ Work? Effects of Tort Reform for Fast Food
    by Christopher S. Carpenter & D. Sebastian Tello-Trillo

  • 2015 The Role of Lawyer-Legislators in Shaping the Law: Evidence from Voting Behavior on Tort Reforms
    by Matter, Ulrich & Stutzer, Alois

  • 2015 Civil Liability, Knight’s Uncertainty and Non-Dictatorial Regulator
    by Gérard Mondello

  • 2015 Non-economic Damages in Medical Malpractice Appeals: Does the Jurisdiction Make a Difference?
    by Sofia Amaral-Garcia

  • 2015 Biased Judges: Evidence from French Environmental Cases
    by Pierre Bentata & Yolande Hiriart

  • 2015 Attack-Deterring and Damage-Control Investments in Cybersecurity
    by LAM, W.

  • 2015 The Influence of Product Liability on Vertical Product Differentiation
    by Florian Baumann & Tim Friehe & Alexander Rasch

  • 2015 Does Experience Rating Improve Obstetric Practices? Evidence From Geographical Discontinuities in Italy
    by Sofia Amaral-Garcia & Paola Bertoli & Veronica Grembi

  • 2015 Investigating Defensive Medicine: The Role of Access
    by Javier Cano-Urbina & Daniel Montanera

  • 2015 Politico-Economic Determinants of Tort Reforms in Medical Malpractice
    by Ulrich Matter & Alois Stutzer

  • 2015 Optimal Damages Multipliers in Oligopolistic Markets
    by Florian Baumann & Tim Friehe

  • 2015 Innovation in Risky Industries under Liability Law: The Case of Double-Impact Innovations
    by Julien Jacob

  • 2015 Status and Liability
    by Florian Baumann & Tim Friehe & Inga Hillesheim

  • 2015 Do Physicians Respond to Liability Standards?
    by Michael Frakes & Matthew B. Frank & Seth Seabury

  • 2015 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Washington
    by Laura Taylor & William G. Brandt

  • 2015 Net Interest Rates: History and Measurement
    by Edward Foster

  • 2015 Employee Tenure and Economic Losses in Wrongful Termination Cases: A Reply to Nicholas Coleman
    by Charles L. Baum

  • 2015 A Comment on “Employee Tenure and Economic Losses in Wrongful Termination Cases”
    by Nicholas Coleman

  • 2015 A 2015 Survey of Forensic Economists: Their Methods, Estimates, and Perspectives
    by Michael R. Luthy & Michael L. Brookshire & David Rosenbaum & David Schap & Frank L. Slesnick

  • 2015 Transitions Into and Out of Census Disability
    by Kurt V. Krueger & Gary R. Skoog

  • 2015 The Myth of Achievement Tests – The GED and the Role of Character in American Life
    by Frank L. Slesnick

  • 2015 Medical Net Discount Rates: Updated and Re-examined
    by Robert Baumann & David Schap

  • 2015 Interpreting pre-trends as anticipation: Impact on estimated treatment effects from tort reform
    by Malani, Anup & Reif, Julian

  • 2015 The impact of counterfeit-purchase penalties on anti-counterfeiting under deceptive counterfeiting
    by Yao, Jen-Te

  • 2015 Compensating acquitted pre-trial detainees
    by Doménech, Gabriel & Puchades, Miguel

  • 2015 Tort reform and physician labor supply: A review of the evidence
    by Helland, Eric & Seabury, Seth A.

  • 2015 On the political economy of public safety investments
    by Friehe, Tim & Langlais, Eric

  • 2015 Holding distribution utilities liable for outage costs
    by Brennan, Timothy J.

  • 2015 The impact of non-economic damages caps on obstetrics: Incentives versus practice style
    by Cotet-Grecu, Anca

  • 2014 Instrument financier dérivé et gestion du risque
    by Benseghir, Mohamed El Medhi

  • 2014 The Role of Lawyer-Legislators in Shaping the Law: Evidence from Voting Behavior on Tort Reforms
    by Matter, Ulrich & Stutzer, Alois

  • 2014 Does Experience Rating Improve Obstetric Practices? Evidence From Geographical Discontinuities
    by Amaral-Garcia, S. & Bertoli, P. & Grembi, V.

  • 2014 Loss-sharing between Nonnegligent Parties
    by Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci & Bruno Lovat & Francesco Parisi

  • 2014 Comparing All-Or-Nothing and Proportionate Damages: A Rent Seeking Approach
    by Jef De Mot & Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2014 Precaution with endogenous litigation choices
    by Ian A. MacKenzie

  • 2014 Unintended Consequences of Products Liability: Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Market
    by Eric Helland & Darius N. Lakdawalla & Anup Malani & Seth A. Seabury

  • 2014 Does Medical Malpractice Law Improve Health Care Quality?
    by Michael Frakes & Anupam B. Jena

  • 2014 On the Political Economy of Public Safety Investments
    by Tim Friehe & Eric Langlais

  • 2014 Controlling Product Risks when Consumers are Heterogeneously Overconfident: Producer Liability vs. Minimum Quality Standard Regulation
    by Andrzej Baniak & Peter Grajzl

  • 2014 Loss-Sharing between Nonnegligent Parties
    by Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci & Bruno Lovat & Francesco Parisi

  • 2014 Second-Best Liability Rules, Loss-Prevention Incentives, and Efficiency
    by Kangoh Lee

  • 2014 Judgment Proofness and the Choice between Monetary and Nonmonetary Care
    by Tim Friehe & Avraham Tabbach

  • 2014 A Comment on George DeMartino's “Professional Economic Ethics: The Posnerian and Naïve Perspectives”
    by Frank D. Tinari

  • 2014 Using TIPS to Discount to Present Value
    by Raymond Strangways & Bruce L. Rubin & Michael Zugelder

  • 2014 Total Worklife Expectancy
    by Kurt V. Krueger & Frank Slesnick

  • 2014 The Journal of Forensic Economics: Revisiting Its Perspective and Agenda for Research
    by John O. Ward

  • 2014 Evolving Labor Market Transition Probabilities and Their Impact on Worklife Estimates
    by Matthew J. Cushing & David I. Rosenbaum

  • 2014 Structural Growth in Labor Costs: Evidence from the Employment Cost Index
    by Gary R. Albrecht & Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2014 Editors' Note
    by James E. Ciecka & Kurt V. Krueger & Steven J. Shapiro

  • 2014 Are Mexican Net Discount Rates Stationary? An Application for Lost Earnings Damages Involving Undocumented Workers
    by Antonio Avalos & R. Sean Alley

  • 2014 Wage Net Discount Rates: 1981–2012
    by David Schap & Robert Baumann & Lauren Guest

  • 2014 Worklife Expectancy of Railroad Workers Based on the Twenty-Fifth Actuarial Valuation Using Both Competing Risks/Multiple Decrement Theory and the Markov Railroad Model
    by Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka

  • 2014 Real Earnings of Full-Time Workers by Education, Age Group and Sex, 1974–2012
    by Edward Foster

  • 2014 Personal Consumption by Family Type and Household Income
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2014 Social preferences can make imperfect sanctions work: Evidence from a public good experiment
    by Engel, Christoph

  • 2014 “Piggyback” lawsuits and deterrence: Can frivolous litigation improve welfare?
    by Miceli, Thomas J. & Stone, Michael P.

  • 2014 Costly litigation and optimal damages
    by Polinsky, A. Mitchell & Shavell, Steven

  • 2014 Autorisation à l'échange sur des externalités. De l'interdiction à l'obligation
    by Élodie Bertrand

  • 2014 Considerations On The Importance Of Observing Human Rights Within European States
    by Isabela, STANCEA & Raluca, GHERGHINA

  • 2013 Le statut juridique des établissements de microfinance (EMF) en zone CEMAC (Communauté Economique et Monétaire de l'Afrique Centrale)
    by Pym, Bolleri Donatien

  • 2013 La théorie de la performance juridique : une application aux stock-options et aux attributions gratuites d’actions
    by Perdrizot-Renault, Julien

  • 2013 The shifting terrain of risk and uncertainty on the liability insurance field
    by Baker, Tom

  • 2013 The Impact of Frivolous Lawsuits on Deterrence: Do They Have Some Redeeming Value?
    by Michael P. Stone & Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2013 The Color of Law: An Economic Theory of Legal Boundaries
    by Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2013 “Piggyback” Lawsuits and Deterrence: Can Frivolous Litigation Improve Welfare?
    by Thomas J. Miceli & Michael P. Stone

  • 2013 Products Liability When Consumers Vary in Their Susceptibility to Harm and May Misperceive Risk
    by Thomas J. Miceli & Kathleen Segerson & Suo Wang

  • 2013 A free-market view on accidents and torts
    by Colombatto, Enrico

  • 2013 Acquisition and Disclosure of Information as a Hold-up Problem
    by Schweizer, Urs

  • 2013 Holding Distribution Utilities Liable for Outage Costs: An Economic Look
    by Brennan, Timothy J.

  • 2013 Curbing emissions through (efficient) carbon liabilities: A note from a climate skeptic's perspective
    by Billette de Villemeur, Etienne & Leroux, Justin

  • 2013 Understanding "The Problem of Social Cost"
    by baffi, enrico

  • 2013 Salience Theory of Judicial Decisions
    by Pedro Bordalo & Nicola Gennaioli & Andrei Shleifer

  • 2013 Deterrence by Imperfect Sanctions – A Public Good Experiment
    by Christoph Engel

  • 2013 Why agents need discretion: The business judgment rule as optimal standard of care
    by Engert, Andreas & Goldlücke, Susanne

  • 2013 Negligence, Causation and Incentive for Care
    by Keith N. Hylton & Haizhen Lin

  • 2013 Negligence and Two-Sided Causation
    by Keith N. Hylton & Haizhen Lin & Hyo-Youn Chu

  • 2013 Employment Protection and Parental Child Care
    by Olsson, Martin

  • 2013 Employment protection and parental child care
    by Olsson, Martin

  • 2013 Relative Performance of Liability Rules: Experimental Evidence
    by Vera Angelova & Olivier Armantier & Giuseppe Attanasi & Yolande Hiriart

  • 2013 Do Lawyer-Legislators Protect Their Business? Evidence from Voting Behavior on Tort Reforms
    by Ulrich Matter & Alois Stutzer

  • 2013 State Liability For Medical Faults In Greece
    by Spyridon VLACHOPOULOS

  • 2013 Innovation, Tort Law, and Competition
    by Florian Baumann & Klaus Heine

  • 2013 Damages Regimes, Precaution Incentives, and the Intensity Principle
    by Urs Schweizer

  • 2013 Revisiting the Learned Hand Formula and Economic Analysis of Negligence
    by Jeonghyun Kim

  • 2013 A bizonyítási teher megfordításának hatása kártérítési ügyekben
    by Szalai, Ákos

  • 2013 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Colorado
    by Jane Lillydahl & Gilbert L. Mathis

  • 2013 Valuing Non-Wage Compensation of Private Sector Labor Union Workers in the Construction Trades
    by Frank Tinari & Kenneth T. Betz

  • 2013 Total Offset and Medical Net Discount Rates: 1981–2012
    by David Schap & Lauren Guest & Andrew Kraynak

  • 2013 Educational Attainment Model for a Minor Child: The Next Generation
    by John Kane & Lawrence Spizman & Don Donelson

  • 2013 Underestimation of Securities Fraud Aggregate Damages Due to Inter-Fund Trades
    by Steven Feinstein & Gang Hu & Mark Marcus & Zann Ali

  • 2013 Potential Effects of the Affordable Care Act on the Award of Life Care Expenses
    by Joshua Congdon-Hohman & Victor Matheson

  • 2013 2012 Survey of Forensic Economists: Their Methods, Estimates, and Perspectives
    by Frank L. Slesnick & Michael R. Luthy & Michael L. Brookshire

  • 2013 Employee Tenure and Economic Losses in Wrongful Termination Cases
    by Charles L. Baum

  • 2013 Professional Economic Ethics: The Posnerian and Naïve Perspectives
    by George DeMartino

  • 2013 Can Statements of Ethical Principles and Codes of Practice Make a Difference? The Results of a NAFE Survey
    by John O. Ward & Robert J. Thornton

  • 2013 NAFE and the Ethics Question
    by Robert J. Thornton & Michael L. Brookshire

  • 2013 A Reply to “A Comment on Self-Consumption in Wrongful Death Cases: Decedent or Family Income?”
    by Michael L. Brookshire & Frank L. Slesnick

  • 2013 A Comment on “Self-Consumption in Wrongful Death Cases: Decedent or Family Income?”
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2013 Personal Consumption and Single Persons: A Reply to Thomas R. Ireland
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2013 Personal Consumption and Single Persons: A Reply to Kurt Krueger
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2013 Editor's Introduction
    by Steven J. Shapiro

  • 2013 The impact of medical errors on physician behavior: Evidence from malpractice litigation
    by Shurtz, Ity

  • 2013 CEO compensation and corporate risk: Evidence from a natural experiment
    by Gormley, Todd A. & Matsa, David A. & Milbourn, Todd

  • 2013 Tarasoff, duty to warn laws, and suicide
    by Edwards, Griffin

  • 2013 Impact of alternative information requirements on the coexistence of genetically modified (GM) and non-GM oilseed rape in the EU
    by Breustedt, Gunnar & Latacz-Lohmann, Uwe & Müller-Scheeßel, Jörg

  • 2013 Certain Assessments Related To The Importance Of European Court Of Human Rights In The European Law System
    by Raluca, GHERGHINA & Ana-Maria, GHERGHINA

  • 2013 The Impact of Medical Liability Standards on Regional Variations in Physician Behavior: Evidence from the Adoption of National-Standard Rules
    by Michael Frakes

  • 2012 Food Production Chain Identification and Traceability Systems: an analysis considering the perspective of a safe beef offer
    by Nelson Roberto Furquim & Denise Cavallini Cyrillo

  • 2012 Environmental Liability and Regulation: An Empirical Study of the French Institutional Division of Labour
    by Pierre Bentata & Karim Barkat

  • 2012 Environmental Regulation and Civil Liability Under Causal Uncertainty: An Empirical Study of the French Legal System
    by Pierre Bentata & Karim Barkat

  • 2012 Optimal damages multipliers in oligopolistic markets
    by Baumann, Florian & Friehe, Tim

  • 2012 Innovation, tort law, and competition
    by Baumann, Florian & Heine, Klaus

  • 2012 Constitutional Environmental Human Right to Water: An Economic Model of the Potential Negative Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Quantity and Quality in Pennsylvania
    by Christopher Jeffords

  • 2012 Relative Performance of Liability Rules: Experimental Evidence
    by Angelova, Vera & Attanasi, Giuseppe & Hiriart, Yolande

  • 2012 Costly Litigation and Optimal Damages
    by A. Mitchell Polinsky & Steven Shavell

  • 2012 The procompetitive interpretation of private law
    by Francesco Longobucco

  • 2012 Playing against an Apparent Opponent: Incentives for Care, Litigation, and Damage Caps under Self-Serving Bias
    by Landeo, Claudia & Nikitin, Maxim & Izmalkov, Sergei

  • 2012 Playing against an Apparent Opponent: Incentives for Care, Litigation, and Damage Caps under Self-Serving Bias
    by Landeo, Claudia & Nikitin, Maxim & Izmalkov, Sergei

  • 2012 The Failure of Decoupling Liability and Other Mistakes in Tort Law
    by baffi, enrico

  • 2012 The inefficiency of decoupling
    by baffi, enrico

  • 2012 Costly Litigation and Optimal Damages
    by A. Mitchell Polinsky & Steven Shavell

  • 2012 A Fundamental Enforcement Cost Advantage of the Negligence Rule over Regulation
    by Steven Shavell

  • 2012 Assuring Adequate Deterrence in Tort: A Public Good Experiment
    by Theodore Eisenberg & Christoph Engel

  • 2012 Optimal Damages Multipliers in Oligopolistic Markets
    by Florian Baumann & Tim Friehe

  • 2012 Relative Performance of Liability Rules: Experimental Evidence
    by Vera Angelova & Giuseppe Attanasi & Yolande Hiriart

  • 2012 How to share joint liability: a cooperative game approach
    by DEHEZ, Pierre & FEREY, Samuel

  • 2012 Optional Law for Firms and Consumers: An Economic Analysis of Opting Into the Common European Sales Law
    by Juan José Ganuza & Fernando Gomez

  • 2012 Third Party Nuclear Liability: The Case of a Supplier in the United Kingdom
    by Thomas, A. & Heffron, R. J.

  • 2012 The Dissociation Of Civil Action Institution Between Civil Law And Civil Procedure Law In Republic Of Moldova
    by Eleonora BADAN-MELNIC

  • 2012 Rules Of Conduct Regarding The Constitution, Activity And Dismissal Of Activity For Limited Liability Companies
    by Gheorghe GUTU

  • 2012 Defamation In Cyberspace
    by Prençe MIRGEN

  • 2012 Primary Qualification of Matrimonial Regime Notion (English version)
    by Nadia Cerasela ANITEI

  • 2012 Assessment of Earning Capacity, Third Edition
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 2012 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Michigan
    by William D. King & Michael S. Mahoney

  • 2012 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Louisiana
    by James Richard Bartkus & Shael N. Wolfson

  • 2012 Personal Consumption and Single Persons: A Comment
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2012 Damage Awards Using Intermediate Term Government Bond Funds vs. U.S. Treasuries Ladder: Tradeoffs in Theory and Practice
    by Joseph I. Rosenberg & Rick R. Gaskins

  • 2012 The Comprehensive Guide to Lost Profits Damages for Experts and Attorneys, 2011 Edition
    by Jennifer L. Polhemus

  • 2012 The Risk and Reward of Investing a Lost Earnings Award: A Comparison of Stocks, Bonds, and Bills
    by Michael L. Nieswiadomy

  • 2012 Personal Consumption and Single Persons: A Reply to Thomas Ireland
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2012 A Test of the Increment-Decrement Method of Calculating Worklife Expectancies of Older Females
    by Walter Wessels

  • 2012 Valuation of Spouse and Survivor Benefits In a Defined Benefit Retirement Plan
    by Raymond Strangways & Bruce L. Rubin & Michael Zugelder

  • 2012 Personal Consumption Rates for Canada: Update of 2000 PCRs Using 2007–08 Surveys of Household Spending Data
    by Cara L. Brown

  • 2012 Optimal attorney advertising
    by Stone, Michael P. & Miceli, Thomas J.

  • 2012 Social Wealth and Optimal Care
    by Dari-Mattiacci, Giuseppe & Langlais, Eric

  • 2012 The rise and fall of the polluter-pays principle in developing countries
    by Luppi, Barbara & Parisi, Francesco & Rajagopalan, Shruti

  • 2012 Evaluating human life using court decisions on damages for pain and suffering
    by Leiter, Andrea & Thöni, Magdalena & Winner, Hannes

  • 2012 Ist das Angebot von Nahrungsmitteln "Ohne Gentechnik" wirtschaftlich nachhaltig?
    by Thomas Venus & Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes & Justus Wesseler

  • 2012 Forensic Economics
    by Eric Zitzewitz

  • 2011 Buying the Right to Harm: The Economics of Buyouts
    by Ehud Guttel & Shmuel Leshem

  • 2011 Cumulative Harm and Resilient Liability Rules for Product Markets
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2011 Economic Analysis of Products Liability: Theory
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2011 The Simple Economics of Class Action: Private Provision of Club and Public Goods
    by Cassone, Alberto & Ramello, Giovanni B.

  • 2011 Vicarious Liability and the Intensity Principle
    by Schweizer, Urs

  • 2011 Duo Cum Faciunt Idem, Non Est Idem. Evidence from Austrian Pain and Suffering Verdicts
    by Leiter, Andrea M. & Thöni, Magdalena & Winner, Hannes

  • 2011 Why the Legal System is Not Necessarily Less Efficient than the Income Tax In Redistributing Income
    by Dan Usher

  • 2011 Do firms that create intellectual property also create and sustain more good jobs? Evidence for UK firms, 2000-2006
    by Christine Greenhalgh & Mark Rogers & Philipp Schautschick

  • 2011 Underwriting in Property-Casualty Insurance Markets: Regulation, Risk and Volatility
    by Ronnie J. Phillips & David Nickerson

  • 2011 The Simple Economics of Class Action: Private Provision of Club and Public Goods
    by Alberto Cassone & Giovanni B. Ramello

  • 2011 The Case for Discriminatory Sentencing: Why Identical Crimes May Deserve Different Sanctions
    by Alon Harel & Eyal Winter

  • 2011 On optimal allocation in binary response trials; is adaptive design really necessary?
    by David Azriel & Micha Mandel & Yosef Rinott

  • 2011 Average Testing and the Efficient Boundary
    by Itai Arieli & Yakov Babichenko

  • 2011 Simple Rules for a Complex World: Is It So?
    by Pierre Garello

  • 2011 The Monopolistic Polluter under Environmental Liability Law: Incentives for Abatement and R&D
    by Alfred Endres & Tim Friehe

  • 2011 Medios económicos y disciplinarios para combatir el incumplimiento de los socios de participar en las actividades de las cooperativas agrarias
    by Luis Gallego Sevilla

  • 2011 A New Perspective On The Institution Of Tort Liability In The Current Civil Code
    by Lacrima Rodica BOILÃ

  • 2011 Different Forms Of Compensation Available For Damages Caused To The Victims Of Human Trafficking
    by Ioan LAZÃR

  • 2011 Reflections Regarding The Prejudice And The Way Of Materialization In The Case Of Human Trafficking Crimes
    by Nelu Dorinel POPA

  • 2011 Liability for the financial management of public assets,or accidental meeting of branches of law on the dissection table
    by Mátyás Kapa

  • 2011 Unmanifested Harm in Business-to-Consumer Transactions
    by Geoffrey P. Miller

  • 2011 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The Commonwealth of Virginia
    by Michael Zugelder & Raymond Strangways & Bruce L. Rubin

  • 2011 The Markov Process Model of Labor Force Activity: Extended Tables of Central Tendency, Shape, Percentile Points, and Bootstrap Standard Errors
    by Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka & Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2011 Personal Consumption and Single Persons
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2011 In Memoriam, Eli Schwartz, Lehigh University
    by Robert Thornton

  • 2011 Assessing Economics Damage in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of New York
    by Lawrence M. Spizman & Frank D. Tinari

  • 2011 On the Relative Accuracy of Discounting Based on Risk-Free and Risky Portfolios
    by Brian C. Brush

  • 2011 The Income-Based Human Capital Valuation Methods in Public Health Economics Used by Forensic Economics
    by Scott D. Grosse & Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2011 The Value of Future Earnings in Perfect Foresight Equilibrium
    by Scott Dale Gilbert

  • 2011 Using Historical Simulation to Compare the Accuracy of Nine Alternative Methods of Estimating the Present Value of Future Lost Earnings
    by Brian C. Brush

  • 2011 Corporate responsibility in cross-border banking
    by Enrico Gagliardi

  • 2011 Class action regulation in the Italian financial market
    by Francesco De Santis

  • 2011 Evaluating the Medical Malpractice System and Options for Reform
    by Daniel P. Kessler

  • 2010 Judicial versus "Natural" Selection of Legal Rules with an Application to Accident Law
    by Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2010 The Determinants of State-Level Caps on Punitive Damages: Theory and Evidence
    by Thomas J. Miceli & Michael P. Stone

  • 2010 Optimal Attorney Advertising
    by Michael P. Stone

  • 2010 Introducing Class Actions in Finland: an Example of Lawmaking without Economic Analysis
    by Valimaki, Mikko

  • 2010 Class action and financial markets: Insights from law and economics
    by Ramello, Giovanni B. & Porrini, Donatella

  • 2010 Litigation and Settlement under Court Error
    by Philipp Ackermann

  • 2010 Determinants of Noneconomic Damages in Medical Malpractice Settlements and Litigations: Evidence from Texas since 1988
    by Zhou, Jun

  • 2010 On Liability Insurance for Automobiles
    by Flåm, Sjur Didrik & Wolfstetter, Elmar G.

  • 2010 Evaluating human life using court decisions on damages for pain and suffering
    by Leiter, Andrea M. & Thöni, Magdalena & Winner, Hannes

  • 2010 Shell Oil Company in Nigeria: Impediment or Catalyst of Socio-Economic Development?
    by Kingston, Kato Gogo

  • 2010 The Dynamics of Gang Criminality and Corruption in Nigeria Universities: A Time Series Analysis
    by Kingston, Kato Gogo

  • 2010 Safety and the Allocation of Costs in Large Accidents
    by Langlais, Eric

  • 2010 Informational Externalities and Settlements in Mass Tort Litigations
    by Deffains, Bruno & Langlais, Eric

  • 2010 An analysis of bounded rationality in judicial litigations: the case with loss/disappointment averses plaintiffs
    by Langlais, Eric

  • 2010 Ex ante Investment, Ex post Remedy, and Product Liability
    by Chen, Yongmin & Hua, Xinyu

  • 2010 Accounting for Anticipation Effects: An Application to Medical Malpractice Tort Reform
    by Anup Malani & Julian Reif

  • 2010 The Corrective Tax versus Liability As Solutions to the Problem of Harmful Externalities
    by Steven Shavell

  • 2010 Corrective Taxation versus Liability
    by Steven Shavell

  • 2010 The Effect of Malpractice Liability on the Specialty of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    by Jessica Wolpaw Reyes

  • 2010 Efficient Regulation
    by Andrei Shleifer

  • 2010 Optimal Liability Sharing and Court Errors : An Exploratory Analysis
    by BOYER, Marcel & PORRINI, Donatella

  • 2010 Switching Consumers and Product Liability: On the Optimality of Incomplete Strict Liability
    by Florian Baumann & Tim Friehe & Kristoffel Grechenig

  • 2010 On the Deduction of National Insurance Payments from Tort Victims' Claims
    by Yoed Halbersberg

  • 2010 The Impact of Court Errors on Liability Sharing and Safety Regulation for Environmental/Industrial Accidents
    by Marcel Boyer & Donatella Porrini

  • 2010 Optimal Liability Sharing and Court Errors: An Exploratory Analysis
    by Marcel Boyer & Donatella Porrini

  • 2010 Variability in Punitive Damages: Empirically Assessing Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker
    by Theodore Eisenberg & Michael Heise & Martin T. Wells

  • 2010 Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Damages Calculations: Transatlantic Dialogue
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 2010 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of New Jersey
    by Frank D. Tinari & Kristin K. Kucsma

  • 2010 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Alaska
    by Laura J. Taylor

  • 2010 A Supplement to “Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of South Dakota”
    by George Langelett & Scott Fausti

  • 2010 Discounting Damage Awards Using the Zero Coupon Treasury Curve: Satisfying Legal and Economic Theory While Matching Future Cash Flow Projections
    by Joseph Irving Rosenberg

  • 2010 Predicting Net Discount Rates: A Comparison of Professional Forecasts, Time-series Forecasts and Traditional Methods
    by Matthew J. Cushing & David I. Rosenbaum

  • 2010 Comment: “A Closer Look at Correction for False Discovery Bias When Making Multiple Comparisons”
    by A. E. Rodriguez

  • 2010 Present Value Functions and Recursions
    by Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka

  • 2010 A Closer Look at Correction for False Discovery Bias When Making Multiple Comparisons
    by John D. Finnerty

  • 2010 A 2009 Survey of Forensic Economists: Their Methods, Estimates, and Perspectives
    by Michael L. Brookshire & Michael R. Luthy & Frank L. Slesnick

  • 2010 Self-Consumption in Wrongful Death Cases: Decedent or Family Income?
    by Michael L. Brookshire & Frank L. Slesnick

  • 2010 Michael J. Piette, 1946–2009
    by Stephen Horner

  • 2010 Two Definitional Issues with the Patton-Nelson Personal Consumption Tables: A Reply to Ruble, Patton and Nelson
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2010 Two Definitional Issues with the Patton-Nelson Personal Consumption Tables: A Reply
    by Michael R. Ruble & Robert T. Patton & David M. Nelson

  • 2010 Comment: “A Closer Look at Correction for False Discovery Bias When Making Multiple Comparisons”
    by David I. Tabak

  • 2010 Editor's Note
    by Steven J. Shapiro

  • 2010 Jurical Aspects Regarding Medical Malpractice
    by Iorga, Cristian & Manta, Pantelimon & Puscu, Cristina

  • 2010 Some Consideration on the Mediation Contract
    by Stoica, Veronica

  • 2010 The Legal Characteristics of Liability Arising From the Potential Damages for Third Parties due to the Ratings of Rating Agencies
    by Erkan Eren

  • 2010 Electronic Medical Record - Success Or Failure In The Medical Decision From The Romanian Health System ?
    by Assist. Adina Bălan Ph. D

  • 2009 Dealing with Excessive Off-label Drug Use: Liability vs. Patent Prolongation
    by Felder, Stefan & Olbrich, Anja

  • 2009 Marrying in the Cathedral: a Framework for the Analysis of Corporate Governance
    by Ugo Pagano

  • 2009 Stare decisis: Rhetoric and substance
    by Patricio A. Fernández & Giacomo A. M. Ponzetto

  • 2009 Insolvency and Biased Standards - The Case for Proportional Liability
    by Stremitzer, Alexander & Tabbach, Avraham

  • 2009 Анализ Некоторых Аспектов Реформы Технического Регулирования
    by Veselovsky, Alexander

  • 2009 Tort Reform, Disputes and Belief Formation
    by Landeo, Claudia M.

  • 2009 Tobacco Regulation through Litigation: The Master Settlement Agreement
    by W. Kip Viscusi & Joni Hersch

  • 2009 Accidental Death and the Rule of Joint and Several Liability
    by Daniel Carvell & Janet Currie & W. Bentley MacLeod

  • 2009 The Impact of Tort Reform on Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Premiums
    by Ronen Avraham & Leemore S. Dafny & Max M. Schanzenbach

  • 2009 Environmental Liability and Redevelopment of Old Industrial Land
    by Hilary Sigman

  • 2009 An Activity-Generating Theory of Regulation
    by Joshua Schwartzstein & Andrei Shleifer

  • 2009 Deterrence of a criminal team: how to rely on its members’ shortcomings?
    by Eric Langlais & & &

  • 2009 Insolvency and Biased Standards--The Case for Proportional Liability
    by Stremitzer, Alexander & Tabbach, Avraham

  • 2009 Insolvency and Biased Standards--The Case for Proportional Liability
    by Stremitzer, Alexander & Tabbach, Avraham

  • 2009 Deterrence of a criminal team: how to rely on its members’shortcomings ?
    by Eric Langlais

  • 2009 Tort Reform and the Demand for Medical Care: Evidence from State-by-State Variation in Non-Economic Damages Caps
    by Anca Cotet

  • 2009 The Implementation Of Directive 1999/44/Ec On Certain Aspects Of The Sale Of Consumer Goods And Associated Guarantees Into English Law. Brief Considerations
    by Valentin CAZACU

  • 2009 The Plaintiff and Defense Attorney's Guide to Understanding Economic Damages
    by Michael J. Vernarelli

  • 2009 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Illinois
    by Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka

  • 2009 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of South Dakota
    by Ralph J. Brown & Erik L. Olsen

  • 2009 Two Definitional Issues with the Patton-Nelson Personal Consumption Tables: A Comment
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2009 Net Accumulation to the Estate: Meaning and Measurement
    by Frank Slesnick & Michael J. Piette

  • 2009 Patton-Nelson Personal Consumption Tables 2005–06
    by Michael R. Ruble & Robert T. Patton & David M. Nelson

  • 2009 Precisely Wrong: Interpreting Daubert Factors for Survey-Based Estimates of Property Value Losses
    by Kristy E. Mathews

  • 2008 A Note on the Social versus Private Value of Suits when Care is Bilateral
    by Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2008 The Social versus Private Incentive to Sue
    by Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2008 Legal Damages for Losses of Chances
    by Schweizer, Urs

  • 2008 Social wealth and optimal care
    by Darri-Mattiacci, Giuseppe & Langlais, Eric

  • 2008 Marketing and the law: defending single color trademarks
    by Keating, Byron W. & Coltman, Tim

  • 2008 Deterrence of a criminal team: how to rely on its members' shortcomings?
    by Langlais, Eric

  • 2008 Strategic Judgment Proofing
    by Yeon-Koo Che & Kathryn E. Spier

  • 2008 The Evolution of a Legal Rule
    by Anthony Niblett & Richard Posner & Andrei Shleifer

  • 2008 The Unexpected Effects of Caps on Non-Economic Damages
    by Álvaro Bustos & Ronen Avraham.

  • 2008 Variable Probabilities of Suit and Liability Rules
    by Sébastien ROUILLON (GREThA)

  • 2008 The Efficient Liability Sharing Factor For Environmental Disasters: Lessons For Optimal Insurance Regulation
    by Marcel Boyer & Donatella Porrini

  • 2008 Comparative Vigilance
    by Allan M. Feldman & Ram Singh

  • 2008 Products Liability, Signaling and Disclosure
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2008 A tőkeminimum leszállítása korlátolt felelősségű vállalatokban. Joggazdaságtani elemzés
    by Szalai, Ákos

  • 2008 Fair Market Value and Economic Damages Revisited: A Comment
    by Melvin Hughes

  • 2008 Research Note: Assessing Household Service Losses with Joint Survival Probabilities
    by Robert A. Baade & Victor A. Matheson

  • 2008 Loss of Enjoyment of Life Damages in New Mexico
    by M. Brian McDonald

  • 2008 Time Valuation as an Alternative to Lost Enjoyment of Life in Determining Wrongful Death Damages
    by John O. Ward

  • 2008 Hedonic Damages: Were the Body Blows to the Golden Goose Well-Founded?
    by Ted R. Miller

  • 2008 The Flawed Hedonic Damages Measure of Compensation for Wrongful Death and Personal Injury
    by W. Kip Viscusi

  • 2008 Hedonic Damages – One More Time: A Symposium
    by Peter Marks & Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2008 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Texas
    by Stephen M. Horner

  • 2008 Avoiding Distortion in Corporate Valuation Litigation: An Application of Discounted Cash Flow
    by Jacob Oded & Allen Michel

  • 2008 Personal Consumption by Husbands and Wives
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2008 How Much Confidence Do We Have in Estimates of Future Net Discount Rates?
    by Matthew J. Cushing & David I. Rosenbaum

  • 2007 Automobile Seatbelt Usage and the Value of Statistical Life
    by Jahn K. Hakes & W. Kip Viscusi

  • 2007 Mass Torts and the Incentives for Suit, Settlement, and Trial
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2007 Communicating Quality: A Unified Model of Disclosure and Signaling
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2007 Electoral Economics: Proposition 209 and the Public Concensus
    by Hartogh, Matthew

  • 2007 Informational externalities and informational sharing in class action suits
    by Deffains, Bruno & Langlais, Eric

  • 2007 Washington "Redskins" - Disparaging Term or Valuable Tradition?: Legal and Economic Issues Concerning Harjo v. Pro-Football, Inc
    by Mark, Nagel & Daniel, Rascher

  • 2007 Overruling and the Instability of Law
    by Nicola Gennaioli & Andrei Shleifer

  • 2007 Behavioral Law and Economics
    by Christine Jolls

  • 2007 The case for limited auditor liability : the effects of liability size on risk aversion and ambiguity aversion
    by Koch, Christopher & Schunk, Daniel

  • 2007 The winding road to industrial safety. Evidence on the effects of environmental liability on accident prevention in Germany
    by Onno Hoffmeister & Reimund Schwarze

  • 2007 Basel II and the Value of Bank Differentiation
    by Hege, Ulrich & Feess, Eberhard

  • 2007 Sharing Liability Between Banks and Firms: The Case of Industrial Safety Risk
    by Marcel Boyer & Donatella Porrini

  • 2007 State Liability for Wrongful Conviction: Incentive Effects on Crime Levels
    by Vincy Fon & Hans-Bernd Schäfer

  • 2007 ‘Causation-consistent’ liability, economic efficiency and the law of torts
    by Singh, Ram

  • 2007 Due-care standards in a market setting with legal error
    by Bhole, Bharat

  • 2007 Flächendeckende Bereitstellung von Breitbandanschlüssen
    by Georg Erber

  • 2006 Products Liability, Signaling and Disclosure
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2006 Food Safety and Social Capital: A Double Side Connection
    by Valeria Sodano

  • 2006 Customary versus Technological. Advancement Tests
    by Bruno Deffains & Dominique Demougi

  • 2006 On Negligence Rules and Self-Selection
    by Thomas J. Miceli

  • 2006 Legal Damages at Uncertain Causation
    by Schweizer, Urs

  • 2006 Tortious Acts Affecting Markets
    by Schweizer, Urs

  • 2006 Limiting Limited Liability
    by Guiseppe Dari-Mattiacci

  • 2006 The Core of Pure Economic Loss
    by Guiseppe Dari-Mattiacci & Hans-Bernd Schäfer

  • 2006 Mandatory versus Voluntary Disclosure of Product Risks
    by A. Mitchell Polinsky & Steven Shavell

  • 2006 Cost Benefit Analysis, Value Of A Statistical Life And Culture: Challenges For Risk Regulation
    by Marquez, Pablo

  • 2006 Mandatory Versus Voluntary Disclosure of Product Risks
    by A. Mitchell Polinsky & Steven Shavell

  • 2006 Judicial Fact Discretion
    by Nicola Gennaioli & Andrei Shleifer

  • 2006 On the Existence and Efficiency of Equilibria Under Liability Rules
    by Ram Singh

  • 2006 Optimal Liability for Terrorism
    by Darius Lakdawalla & Eric Talley

  • 2006 First Do No Harm?: Tort Reform and Birth Outcomes
    by Janet Currie & W. Bentley MacLeod

  • 2006 The Catastrophic Effects of Natural Disasters on Insurance Markets
    by W. Kip Viscusi & Patricia Born

  • 2006 The Effects of Tort Reform on Medical Malpractice Insurers' Ultimate Losses
    by Patricia Born & W. Kip Viscusi & Tom Baker

  • 2006 Research Note: Assessing Household Service Losses with Joint Survival Probabilities
    by Victor Matheson & Robert Baade

  • 2006 The Collateral Source Rule: A Common Law Norm Under Special Interest Attack
    by David Schap & Andrew Feeley

  • 2006 (Much) More on the Collateral Source Rule
    by David Schap & Andrew Feeley

  • 2006 Corruption, Exogenous Changes in Incentives and Deterrence
    by Giuseppe Di Vita

  • 2006 Overoptimism and Lender Liability in the Consumer Credit Market
    by Elisabetta Iossa & Giuliana Palumbo

  • 2006 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Alabama
    by William E. Hardy

  • 2006 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State Of Tennessee
    by Parker Cashdollar & Paula Hearn Moore & Robert L. Hearn & Marsha Cope Huie

  • 2006 Out-of-Step with Cohort Analysis: The Problems with “Plain and Fancy Regression” – A Reply
    by David W. Peterson

  • 2006 Out-of-Step with Cohort Analysis: The Problems with “Plain and Fancy Regression”
    by A. E. Rodriguez

  • 2006 A Note on the New “Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics” Data from the U.S. Census Bureau
    by Clifford B. Hawley

  • 2006 Junk Forecasts in the Courtroom?: Assessing the “S-curve” Approach to Calculating Damages
    by Jonathan T. Tomlin & C. Paul Wazzan

  • 2006 Allocation of Worklife Expectancy and the Analysis of Front and Uniform Loading with Nomograms
    by Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka

  • 2006 Worklife Expectancy via Competing Risks/Multiple Decrement Theory with an Application to Railroad Workers
    by Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka

  • 2006 Multiple Comparisons and the Known or Potential Error Rate
    by David Tabak

  • 2006 How Long Do Mexican Migrants Work in the U.S.?
    by Dwight Steward & Amy Raub & Jean Elliott

  • 2006 A Guide to International Data Sources
    by Michael J. Piette & David R. Williams

  • 2006 Negligent Beginnings: Damages in Wrongful Conception, Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life
    by Ralph R. Frasca

  • 2006 Valuation of Decedent and Partner/Dependents Health Care in the Wrongful Death of a Person in the Workforce
    by Gregory K. Faulk

  • 2006 Historical Averages, Units Roots and Future Net Discount Rates: A Comprehensive Estimator
    by Matthew J. Cushing & David I. Rosenbaum

  • 2006 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of North Carolina
    by George A. Schieren & Gary R. Albrecht

  • 2006 Time Series Properties of Capitalization Rates: A Comment and Extension
    by James E. Payne & Hassan Mohammadi

  • 2006 American Community Survey and Problems with Using Government Measures of Disability: An Addendum
    by David D. Jones

  • 2006 Worklife in a Markov Model with Full-time and Part-time Activity
    by Kurt V. Krueger & Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka

  • 2006 2006 Survey of Forensic Economists: Their Methods, Estimates, And Perspectives
    by Michael L. Brookshire & Michael R. Luthy & Frank L. Slesnick

  • 2006 Divorce and the Role of the Forensic Accountant
    by Richard G. Brody & James A. Fellows

  • 2006 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Connecticut
    by Steven J. Shapiro

  • 2006 A Compensated Demand Approach to Wrongful Termination and Personal Injury Cases: A Critique and Extension
    by Tamunopriye J. Agiobenebo & Ismail M. Cole

  • 2005 How liable should an exporter be? The case of trade in hazardous goods
    by Helm, Carsten

  • 2005 Imperfect Competition and Quality Signaling
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2005 Spatial Effects in Willingness-to-Pay: The Case of Two Nuclear Risks
    by Yves Schneider & Peter Zweifel

  • 2005 Economic Analysis of Law
    by A. Mitchell Polinsky & Steven Shavell

  • 2005 Torts and the Protection of "Legally Recognized" Interests
    by Hoffmann, Sandra & Hanemann, W. Michael

  • 2005 Indemnisation des préjudices et fréquence des procès en présence d'une asymétrie d'informaion sur l'aversion au risque des parties
    by Langlais, Eric

  • 2005 Debiasing through Law
    by Christine Jolls & Cass R. Sunstein

  • 2005 The Evolution of Precedent
    by Nicola Gennaioli & Andrei Shleifer

  • 2005 Comparative Causation -- A Re-examination
    by Ram Singh

  • 2005 Le caractère novateur des prévisions de la Directive du Conseil de Communauté Européenne no. 374 du 25 juillet 1985, assimilée par la législation nationale, avec référence sur la responsabilité du fait des produits défectueux (II)
    by RODICA LACRIMA BOILA

  • 2005 The innovative character of the European Community Council Directive no. 374 from 25th July 1985 implemented in the domestic law and related to the liability for products’ deficiencies (I)
    by LACRIMA BOILA

  • 2005 The moral prejudice by “back bounce
    by SERGHEI VAHNOVAN

  • 2005 What is Crime?
    by Benjamin E. Hermalin

  • 2005 The Pure Theory of Multilateral Obligations
    by Urs Schweizer

  • 2005 Judgment Proofness under Four Different Precaution Technologies
    by Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci & Gerrit De Geest

  • 2005 Diseño de Instrumentos Económicos para la Internalización de Externalidades de Accidentes de Tránsito
    by Luis Ignacio Rizzi

  • 2005 Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis, Volume 87 Developments in Litigation Economics
    by Michael J. Vernarelli

  • 2005 Cohort Analysis: A Regression Plain and Simple
    by David W. Peterson

  • 2005 Recent Publications of Interest to Forensic Economists
    by James D. Rodgers & Robert J. Thornton

  • 2005 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Utah
    by W. Cris Lewis & Tyler J. Bowles

  • 2005 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: the State of Kansas
    by Kurt V. Krueger & John O. Ward

  • 2005 A Test of the Increment-Decrement Method of Calculating Worklife Expectancies
    by Walter J. Wessels

  • 2005 The Impact of Criminal Convictions on Calculations of Lost Earnings in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death: Issues for Forensic Economics and Vocational Assessment
    by Allyn Needham & Shannon Shipp

  • 2005 Measures of Loss Periods for the Evaluation of Lost Earnings in Korea
    by Seungryul Ma

  • 2005 Problems with Using Government Measures of Disability to Estimate Potential Earnings Loss
    by David D. Jones

  • 2005 Estimates of Labor Productivity of Economic Damages Experts
    by Elias C. Grivoyannis & Frank D. Tinari

  • 2005 The Impact of Family Background on Educational Attainment in Canada
    by Christopher Bruce & Carmen Anderson

  • 2005 Editors' Note
    by Michael J. Piette & Steven J. Shapiro

  • 2005 Tables of Inter-year Labor Force Status of the U.S. Population (1998–2004) to Operate the Markov Model of Worklife Expectancy
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2005 Reply to “Comments on ‘The Use of Attrition Rates for Economic Loss Calculations in Employment Discrimination Cases: A Hypothetical Case Study’”
    by Paul F. White & Josefina V. Tranfa-Abboud & Fredrick M. Holt

  • 2005 Comment on “The Use of Attrition Rates for Economic Loss Calculations in Employment Discrimination Cases: A Hypothetical Case Study”
    by Richard D. Raymond

  • 2005 Using Forensic Decision Analysis to Investigate Claims of Pay Discrimination
    by Murray S. Simpson

  • 2005 Statistics Often Tell Much, and Courts Listen: Common Sense and Compensation Discrimination
    by David Copus & Jaime Cole

  • 2005 On Forensic Decision Analysis
    by David W. Peterson

  • 2005 Introduction to Special Issue on Forensic Decision Analysis
    by Michael J. Piette & Steven J. Shapiro

  • 2004 Strategic Decisions on Lawyers' Compensations in Civil Disputes
    by In-Gyu Kim & Kyung Hwan Baik

  • 2004 Financial Compensation in Case of Catastrophes: A European Law and Economics Perspective
    by Michael Faure

  • 2004 The Basel II Accord: Internal ratings and bank defferentiation
    by Fees, Eberhard & Hege, Ulrich

  • 2004 Litigation and the Political Clout of the Tobacco Companies: Cigarette Taxes, Prices, and the Master Settlement Agreement
    by Frank A. Sloan & Justin G. Trogdon

  • 2004 Competition and Confidentiality: Signaling Quality in a Duopoly when there is Universal Private Information
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2004 Trademarks, Product Variety, and Economic Activity in Italy and Europe
    by Luigi Luini & Andrea Mangani

  • 2004 A Tort for Risk and Endogenous Bankruptcy
    by Thomas J. Miceli & Kathleen Segerson

  • 2004 Liability, insurance and defensive medicine: new evidence
    by Paul Fenn & Alastair Gray & Neil Rickman

  • 2004 Global Compensation for Oil Pollution Damages: The Innovations of the American Oil Pollution Act
    by Boyd, James

  • 2004 Optimal plaintiff incentives when courts are imperfect
    by Philip Bond

  • 2004 Estimating the Value of a Statistical Life: The Importance of Omitted Variables and Publication Bias
    by Orley Ashenfelter & Michael Greenstone

  • 2004 Product Market Competition and Economic Performance in the United States
    by Hannes Suppanz & Michael Wise & Michael Kiley

  • 2004 Manufacturer Liability for Harms Caused by Consumers to Others
    by Bruce Hay & Kathryn E. Spier

  • 2004 Information and Externalities in Sequential Litigation
    by Xinyu Hua & Kathryn E. Spier

  • 2004 Minimum Asset Requirements and Compulsory Liability Insurance As Solutions to the Judgment-Proof Problem
    by Steven Shavell

  • 2004 Asbestos and the Future of Mass Torts
    by Michelle J. White

  • 2004 Nash Implementable Liability Rules for Judgement-Proof Injurers
    by González, Patrick

  • 2004 On the Optimal Use of Ex Ante Regulation and Ex Post Liability
    by Hiriart, Yolande & Martimort, David & Pouyet, Jérôme

  • 2004 Trademark Dilution - A Welfare Analysis
    by Häckner, Jonas & Muren, Astri

  • 2004 On extended liability in a model of adverse selection
    by Dieter Balkenborg

  • 2004 Optimal Successor Liability
    by Albert Choi

  • 2004 The impact of liability for malpractice on the optimal reimbursement schemes for health services
    by Sonja Ossig & Eberhard Feess

  • 2004 Nash Implementable Liability Rules for Judgement-Proof Injurers
    by Patrick González

  • 2004 Financial Compensation in Case of Catastrophes: A European Law and Economics Perspective
    by Michael Faure

  • 2004 Economic Efficiency, Distributive Justice and Liability Rules
    by SATISH K. JAIN & RAJENDRA P. KUNDU

  • 2004 Law and Economics of Obligations
    by Urs Schweizer

  • 2004 On the Limitation of Penalties and the Non-Equivalence of Penalties and Taxes
    by Stephan Marette & Estelle Gozlan & Bénédicte Coestier

  • 2004 The Basis of Parents’ Faultless Liability for Damages Caused by Their Underage Children
    by RODICA LACRIMA BOILA

  • 2004 Efficiency of Posner's Nuisance Rule: A Reconsideration
    by Iljoong Kim & Jaehong Kim

  • 2004 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Idaho
    by Tyler J. Bowles & W. Cris Lewis & Gary R. Wells

  • 2004 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of California
    by Barry Ben-Zion

  • 2004 A Note on “Household Services: Toward a More Comprehensive Measurement”
    by Frank D. Tinari

  • 2004 Tables of Inter-year Labor Force Status of the U.S. Population (1998–2004) to Operate the Markov Model of Worklife Expectancy
    by Kurt V. Krueger

  • 2004 The Social Security and Medicare Related Economic Losses of the Estate in the Wrongful Death of a Social Security Pensioner
    by Gregory K. Faulk

  • 2004 Illegal Aliens: Damage Claims for Lost Wages
    by Tyler J. Bowles

  • 2004 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Kentucky
    by Frank Slesnick & Cynthia Mulliken

  • 2004 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Ohio
    by David W. Boyd & Ralph R. Frasca

  • 2004 Distinguishing the Illegal from the Legal in Antitrust Damages Calculations: Lessons from Netscape v. Microsoft
    by Jonathan T. Tomlin

  • 2004 General Econometric Models of Housework for Husbands and Wives: An Amalgam of Ideas to Answer New Inquiries
    by David C. Sharp & David H. Ciscel

  • 2004 On Valuing the Price Effect of a Conspiracy in Price-Fixing Cases
    by John D. Jackson & Sarah J. Skinner

  • 2004 The Markov Assumption for Worklife Expectancy
    by Edward M. Foster & Gary R. Skoog

  • 2004 Personal Consumption Rates for Canada: Differentiated By Family Size and Income Level Using Survey of Household Spending (SHS) 2000 Data
    by Cara L. Brown

  • 2004 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Mississippi
    by Carl G. Brooking & Blakely Fox Fender & Harvey L. Fiser

  • 2004 Reconsidering and Extending the Conventional/Demographic and LPE Models: The LPd and LPi Restricted Markov Models
    by Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka

  • 2004 Method For Calculating Reasonable Aggregate Range Estimates in Life Care Plan Analysis and Other Forensic Economic Applications
    by David Schap

  • 2004 Valuation of Credit Guarantees: An Application of Economic Theory in Litigation
    by Steven P. Feinstein & Allen J. Michel & Israel Shaked

  • 2004 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Georgia
    by Peter C. Eisemann

  • 2004 Assessing Alternative Methods of Estimating the Present Value of Future Earnings: A Fifteen-Year Update
    by Brian C. Brush

  • 2003 Secrecy and Safety
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2003 Optimal negligence rule under limited liability
    by Juan José Ganuza & Fernando Gómez

  • 2003 Optimal Assignment of Liabilities
    by González, Patrick

  • 2003 Optimal Assignment of Liabilities
    by González, Patrick

  • 2003 Determining Damages–The Psychology of Jury Awards
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 2003 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
    by Ronald Martínez-Cuevas

  • 2003 Assessing Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of West Virginia
    by George A. Barrett & Michael L. Brookshire

  • 2003 Final Comment: Unintended Consequences of New York Structured Settlement Laws
    by Lawrence Spizman & Elizabeth Dunne Schmitt & Frederick G. Floss

  • 2003 A Comment on “One More Time: New York's Structured Settlement Statutes, Rent Seeking and the Pro-Plaintiff Bias”
    by Anthony H. Riccardi

  • 2003 A Comment on “One More Time: New York's Structured Settlement Statutes, Rent Seeking and the Pro-Plaintiff Bias”
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2003 Introduction
    by John O. Ward & Michael J. Piette

  • 2003 Reverse Regression and Orthogonal Regression in Employment Discrimination Analysis
    by Kurt C. Schaefer & Michelle L. Visser

  • 2003 The Impact of Recidivism on Projecting Future Earnings for Individuals with a History of Correctional Supervision
    by Allyn Needham & Shannon Shipp

  • 2003 Risk, Discounting, and the Present Value of Future Earnings
    by Brian C. Brush

  • 2003 Handling Taxes in Employment Law Cases
    by James D. Rodgers

  • 2003 The Use of Attrition Rates for Economic Loss Calculations in Employment Discrimination Cases: A Hypothetical Case Study
    by Paul F. White & Josefina V. Tranfa-Abboud & Fredrick M. Holt

  • 2003 Duration of Employment: Updated Analysis
    by Robert R. Trout

  • 2003 Do Terminated Employees Catch Up? Evidence from the Displaced Workers Survey
    by David A. Macpherson & Michael J. Piette

  • 2003 Front Pay Damage Assessment: A Summary of Vocational and Psychological Considerations
    by Michael Shahnasarian

  • 2003 Cohort Analysis: A Regression Plain and Fancy
    by David W. Peterson

  • 2003 Approaches to Damages Measurement in Employment Litigation: An Introduction
    by Frank D. Tinari

  • 2003 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Wyoming
    by Tyler J. Bowles & W. Cris Lewis

  • 2003 Probability Mass Functions for Years to Final Separation from the Labor Force Induced by the Markov Model
    by Gary R. Skoog & James E. Ciecka

  • 2003 Lost Profits and Price Erosion in Patent Infringement Cases: Implications of Crystal Semiconductor
    by James F. Nieberding

  • 2003 Stigma Claims and Survey Reliability: Lessons Learned from Natural Resource Damages Litigation
    by Kristy E. Mathews & William H. Desvousges

  • 2003 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: the State of Missouri
    by Kurt V. Krueger & John O. Ward

  • 2003 Conceptual and Empirical Issues in Calculating Post-Retirement Consumption
    by Roger T. Kaufman

  • 2002 Lessons from the rise of the US limited liability partnership
    by Kern Alexander

  • 2002 Punitive Damages and the Optimal Level of Product Failure
    by Raymond J. Ballard & Dale R. Funderburk

  • 2002 An Information Saving and Efficient Nuisance Rule
    by Iljoong Kim

  • 2002 Caution, children crossing: Heterogeneity of victim's cost of care and negligence rule
    by Juan José Ganuza & Fernando Gómez

  • 2002 Minimum Asset Requirements
    by Steven Shavell

  • 2002 Modeling the Choice Between Regulation and Liability in Terms of Social Welfare
    by Marcel Boyer & Donatella Porrini

  • 2002 Characterization of Efficient Product Liability Rules: When Consumers are Imperfectly Informed
    by Ram Singh

  • 2002 Causation, Economic Efficiency and the Law of Torts
    by Ram Singh

  • 2002 original papers : Safety regulation and monitor liability
    by Ulrich Hege & Eberhard Feess

  • 2002 The Role of the Academic Economist in Litigation Support
    by Michael J. Vernarelli

  • 2002 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Florida
    by David R. Williams

  • 2002 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Pennsylvania
    by James D. Rodgers & Robert Thornton

  • 2002 Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of Oregon
    by Robert A. Male

  • 2002 Introduction: Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation in the States
    by Robert A. Male & James D. Rodgers

  • 2002 The Culver - Pfeifer - Monessen Trilogy: A Legal Economic Note
    by Melville Z. Wolfson & Shael N. Wolfson

  • 2002 Background on The Culver - Pfeifer - Monessen Trilogy: A Legal Economic Note
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2002 One More Time: New York's Structured Settlement Statutes, Rent Seeking and the Pro-Plaintiff Bias
    by Lawrence Spizman & Elizabeth Dunne Schmitt & Frederick G. Floss

  • 2002 Patton-Nelson Personal Consumption Tables 2000-2001: Updated and Revised
    by Michael R. Ruble & Robert T. Patton & David M. Nelson

  • 2002 A Test for “General Acceptance” Under Daubert
    by Louis H. Stern & Sigmund A. Horvitz

  • 2002 Estimating Damages Associated with Stock Option Compensation in Wrongful Termination Lawsuits
    by Peter Brous

  • 2002 Valuing Losses of Pension Benefits
    by James D. Rodgers

  • 2002 Availability of Health Insurance and Gender Differences in “Job-Lock” Behavior: Evidence from NLSY
    by Albert A. Okunade & Phanindra V. Wunnava

  • 2002 Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance: Past, Present and Future
    by James W. Henderson & Beck A. Taylor

  • 2002 Unit Roots and Asymmetric Adjustment: Implications for Valuing Fringe Benefits
    by Bradley T. Ewing & James E. Payne & Michael J. Piette & Mark A. Thompson

  • 2002 Valuing Employer FICA Contributions in an Analysis of Diminished Earnings Capacity
    by Larry DeBrock & Charles M. Linke

  • 2002 COBRA, Spouse Coverage, and Health Insurance Decisions of Older Households
    by Mark C. Berger & Dan A. Black & Jodi Messer & Frank A. Scott

  • 2002 Introduction to Special Issue on Fringe Benefits
    by Bradley T. Ewing & Michael J. Piette

  • 2002 Free Agent Nation: How America's New Independent Workers Are Transforming the Way We Live
    by David W. Boyd

  • 2002 The New Worklife Expectancy Tables' Critique: A Rejoinder
    by Gary R. Skoog & David C. Toppino

  • 2002 In Quest of the Perfect P-Value
    by David W. Peterson

  • 2002 Comment on “Teaching Forensic Economics in the University Curriculum”
    by Richard L. Hannah

  • 2002 Prejudgment Interest: The Long and the Short of It
    by Robert L. Losey & Michael Mass & Jingsan Li

  • 2002 Sources of Error in Estimating the Personal Consumption Offset in Retirement
    by W. Cris Lewis & Frank Caliendo & Tyler J. Bowles

  • 2002 Economic Issues and Arguments in High Income Child Support Cases
    by Ralph Frasca

  • 2002 The “Income-Variance” Risk Factor and Jones & Laughlin v. Pfeifer Guidelines for the Calculation of Present Value
    by Charles H. Breeden

  • 2002 Estimating Lost Household Services: Persons over 50
    by Michael L. Brookshire & Elizabeth A. W. Gunderson

  • 2002 Adult Consumption Ratios: An Alternative Approach
    by Edward B. Bell & Allan J. Taub

  • 2001 The design of liability rules for highly risky activities: Is strict liability the better solution?
    by Nell, Martin & Richter, Andreas

  • 2001 Do Exposure Suits Produce a 'Race to File'? An Economic Analysis of a Tort for Risk
    by Thomas J. Miceli & Kathleen Segerson

  • 2001 Financial Responsibility for Environmental Obligations: Are Bonding and Assurance Rules Fulfilling Their Promise?
    by Boyd, James

  • 2001 A Neglected Interdependency in Liability Theory
    by Hoffmann, Sandra & Schwartz, Warren & Dharmapala, Dhammika

  • 2001 Accidents Waiting to Happen: Liability Policy and Toxic Pollution Releases
    by Austin, David & Alberini, Anna

  • 2001 The Rise of the Regulatory State
    by Edward L. Glaeser & Andrei Shleifer

  • 2001 Efficient Liability Rules When Courts Make Errors in Estimation of the Harm : Complete Characterization
    by Ram Singh

  • 2001 Effects of Courts' Errors on Efficiency of Liability Rules: When Individuals are Imperfectly Informed
    by Ram Singh

  • 2001 Liability Rules and Evolutionary Dynamics
    by Mingli Zheng

  • 2001 Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert
    by Jennifer L. Polhemus

  • 2001 Assessment of Earning Capacity
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 2001 A Response to Rent Seeking in New York State's Structured Judgment Settlement Statutes
    by Anthony H. Riccardi

  • 2001 Hedonic Damages as Compensation: A Reply to Bruce
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2001 Real Discounting and Inflation in Indexed Treasury Securities
    by Richard S. Weckstein

  • 2001 Teaching Forensic Economics in the University Curriculum
    by Frank Slesnick & Frank D. Tinari

  • 2001 Estimating Personal Consumption: An Instrumental-Variables Model
    by John F. Scoggins

  • 2001 Recent Trends in Median Years to Retirement and Worklife Expectancy for the Civilian U.S. Population (Prepared Using 1998/99 BLS Labor Force Participation Rates)
    by Tamorah Hunt & Joyce Pickersgill & Herbert Rutemiller

  • 2001 A Time Series Pitfall in the Statistical Analysis of Employment Discrimination
    by Clifford B. Hawley

  • 2001 It's All About Income! A Response to “Patton & Nelson Personal Consumption Revisited: Is Income Important?”
    by Michael R. Ruble & Robert T. Patton & David M. Nelson

  • 2001 Hedonic Damages as Deterrent: A Reply to Viscusi
    by Christopher Bruce

  • 2001 An Update of the Educational Attainment Model for a Minor Child *
    by John Kane & Lawrence M. Spizman

  • 2001 Re-examining the Effects of Parental Characteristics on Educational Attainment for a Minor Child
    by Christopher A. Jepsen & Lisa K. Jepsen

  • 2001 An Essay on the New Worklife Expectancy Tables and the Continuum of Disability Concept
    by James Ciecka & Gary Skoog

  • 2001 Capital Market Theory and Real Estate Valuation: A Case Study in Choosing an ‘Appropriate’ Discount Rate
    by A. Frank Adams & John D. Jackson & J. Philip Cook

  • 2001 Memorial: Gerald W. Olson
    by Jack Ward

  • 2001 The Whole-time Concept in the Context of a Becker Utility Function
    by James D. Rodgers

  • 2001 Discounting the Cost of Future Care for Persons with Disabilities
    by David Strauss & Robert Shavelle & Christopher Pflaum & Christopher Bruce

  • 2001 Simultaneous Equations in Antidumping Investigations
    by Thomas J. Prusa & David C. Sharp

  • 2001 The Time Series Behavior of the Medical Cost Net Discount Rate: Implications for Total Offset and Forecasting
    by Bradley T. Ewing & James E. Payne & Michael J. Piette

  • 2001 The Importance of Reliable Measurement: The Whole-time Concept and Admissibility of Testimony under Daubert Standards
    by Penelope Caragonne

  • 2001 Is Leisure Time Worth More Than Working Time?
    by Melville Z. Wolfson

  • 2001 Introduction to the Whole-time Concept
    by Kurt V. Krueger & John O. Ward & Gary R. Albrecht

  • 2001 Categories of Time Use for Forensic Economics
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2001 A Symposium on the Whole-time Approach for Damages Valuation
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2001 How Liable Should a Lender Be? The Case of Judgment-Proof Firms and Environmental Risk: Reply
    by Rohan Pitchford

  • 2001 How Liable Should a Lender Be? The Case of Judgment-Proof Firms and Environmental Risk: Comment
    by Dieter Balkenborg

  • 2001 How Liable Should a Lender Be? The Case of Judgment-Proof Firms and Environmental Risk: Comment
    by Tracy R. Lewis & David E. M. Sappington

  • 2000 Contests for Pricing Externalities with Free Entry of Injurers and Victims
    by McKitrick, R.

  • 2000 Found Money? Split-Award Statutes and Settlement of Punitive Damages Cases
    by Andrew F. Daughety & Jennifer F. Reinganum

  • 2000 Safety Monitoring, Capital Structure, and "Financial Responsibility"
    by Feess, E. & Hege, U.

  • 2000 On the Joint Use of Liability and Safety Regulation
    by Schmitz, Patrick W.

  • 2000 Workplace Safety Policy: Past, Present, and Future
    by Thomas J. Kniesner & John D. Leeth

  • 2000 Economics Of Liability: An Islamic View
    by Monzer Kahf

  • 2000 Assessing Family Loss in Wrongful Death Litigation: The Special Roles of Lost Services and Personal Consumption
    by Michael J. Vernarelli

  • 2000 Causes, Correlates and Consequences of Death among Older Adults: Some Methodological Approaches and Substantive Analyses
    by S. Christoffersen

  • 2000 Disability and Worklife Expectancy Tables: A Response
    by David S. Gibson & John P. Tierney

  • 2000 Patton-Nelson Personal Consumption Tables 1997–98 Update
    by Michael R. Ruble & Robert T. Patton & David M. Nelson

  • 2000 The Impact of Age on Employment Tenure: Results from an Employment Discrimination Case
    by David I. Rosenbaum

  • 2000 Worklife Expectancies: Increment-Decrement Less Accurate than Conventional
    by Hugh Richards

  • 2000 The Appropriate Comparison of Pension and Non-Pension Assets in Divorce
    by Roger T. Kaufman

  • 2000 A Time-Series Analysis of the Medical Care Price Index: Implications for Appraising Economic Losses
    by Tyler J. Bowles & W. Cris Lewis

  • 2000 Neutralizing the Adverse Tax Consequences of a Lump-Sum Award in Employment Cases
    by Barry Ben-Zion

  • 2000 Small Business Valuation: Goodwill and Covenants-Not-To-Compete in Community Property Divorce Actions
    by Robert J. Aalberts & Terrence M. Clauretie & Joseph P. Matoney

  • 2000 Recent Legal Decisions Regarding Hedonic Damages: An Update
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2000 Jury Verdicts and the Dollar Value of Human Life
    by Stan V. Smith

  • 2000 Valuing Nonfatal Quality of Life Losses with Quality-Adjusted Life Years: The Health Economist's Meow
    by Ted R. Miller

  • 2000 Some Problems with Value-of-Life Estimates Based on Labor Market Data
    by J. Paul Leigh & Jorge A. García

  • 2000 Misuses and Proper Uses of Hedonic Values of Life in Legal Contexts
    by W. Kip Viscusi

  • 2000 Hedonic Damages Ten Years Later: A Symposium
    by Peter Marks & Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2000 Dedication In Memory of Tom Havrilesky
    by Jack Ward

  • 2000 Comment on “A Statistical Analysis of Federal Income Tax Rate Stability Over Time and Implications for Valuing Lifetime Earnings”
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2000 Black Magic Response to Peláez
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 2000 Comment on Compensation Dimension of Ault and Rutman's “The Calculations of Damage Awards: The Issue of 'Prejudgment Interest'”
    by Richard L. Hannah

  • 2000 Unintended Consequences of Tort Reform: Rent Seeking in New York State's Structured Settlements Statutes
    by Lawrence M. Spizman & Elizabeth Dunne Schmitt

  • 2000 A Further Examination Regarding the Stability of The Net Discount Rate
    by Amit Sen & Gregory M. Gelles & Walter D. Johnson

  • 2000 Estimating Lost Household Services: Persons Over 50
    by Michael L. Brookshire & Elizabeth A. W. Gunderson

  • 2000 Estimating Personal Consumption With and Without Savings in Wrongful Death Cases
    by Martine T. Ajwa & Gerald D. Martin & Ted Vavoulis

  • 1999 Estimating a Bargaining Model with Asymmetric Information: Evidence from Medical Malpractice Disputes
    by Sieg, Holger

  • 1999 The Evolution of the German Tort Law in the 19th Century - An Economic Analysis of the Evolution of Law
    by Eckardt, Martina

  • 1999 Per-Mile Premiums for Auto Insurance
    by Aaron S. Edlin

  • 1999 The Tobacco Deal
    by Jeremy Bulow & Paul Klemperer

  • 1999 Accidents Waiting to Happen: Liability Policy and Toxic Pollution Releases
    by Austin, David & Alberini, Anna

  • 1999 The Ownership Of Funds And Systems For Reparation Of Very Large Accidents
    by Bolin, Kristian

  • 1999 The Tobacco Deal
    by Bulow, Jeremy I. & Klemperer, Paul

  • 1999 The New Hedonics Primer for Economists and Attorneys, 2nd Edition
    by Frank D. Tinari

  • 1999 Expert Economic Testimony: Reference Guides for Judges and Attorneys
    by James Ciecka

  • 1999 Damages
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 1999 Patton & Nelson Personal Consumption Revisited: Is Income Important?
    by Kenneth J. Boudreaux

  • 1999 Disability and the New Worklife Expectancy Tables from Vocational Econometrics, 1998: A Critical Analysis
    by Gary R. Skoog & David C. Toppino

  • 1999 Net Discount Rate and Below-Market Discount Rate: Two Methods in Forensic Economics
    by Rolando F. Peláez

  • 1999 An Inquiry Into the Time Series Properties of Net Discount Rates
    by James E. Payne & Bradley T. Ewing & Michael J. Piette

  • 1999 A Statistical Analysis of Federal Income Tax Rate Stability Over Time and Implications for Valuing Lifetime Earnings
    by W. Cris Lewis & Tyler J. Bowles

  • 1999 Accounting for Age-Earnings Profiles in Net Discount Rates
    by Eric W. Christensen

  • 1999 The Interdependence of “P” and “E” in the LPE Methodology: A Caution to Users about Possible Bias
    by James L. Altmann

  • 1999 The Calculation Of Damage Awards: The Issue of “Prejudgment Interest”
    by David E. Ault & Gilbert L. Rutman

  • 1999 Aging and Old Age
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1999 Comment on Ciecka's Book Review of Expert Economic Testimony
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1999 The Neglect of Human Capital Gains and Losses Upon the Dissolution of Long-Term Marriages: A Suggested Remedy
    by Richard Raymond

  • 1999 Estimating Damages Due to the Loss of An Established Service Clientele: A Market Value Approach for Cases of Self-Employment
    by Robert C. Posatko & Stephen A. Mathis

  • 1999 Pay Discrimination Models
    by David W. Peterson

  • 1999 Measuring Reasonable Economic Probability
    by Sigmund A. Horvitz & Louis H. Stern

  • 1999 Special Problems With Value-Of-Life Estimates: A Reply To Dr. Gilbert
    by Jerome M. Staller & Brian P. Sullivan & Edward A. Friedman

  • 1999 Structured Settlements And The Interest Rate Switch
    by J. Thomas Romans & Frederick G. Floss

  • 1999 Approaches for Dealing with Small Sample Sizes in Employment Discrimination Litigation
    by Michael J. Piette & Paul F. White

  • 1999 Opportunity Cost vs. Replacement Cost In a Lost Service Analysis
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1999 The Valuation of Earning Capacity Definition, Measurement and Evidence
    by Stephen M. Horner & Frank Slesnick

  • 1999 Estimating Economic Damages in Class Action Securities Fraud Litigation
    by Edward A. Dyl

  • 1999 The Economist in Tort Litigation
    by Robert Thornton & John Ward

  • 1998 Liability Law and the Control of Externalities with Costly and Uncertain Litigation
    by McKitrick, R.

  • 1998 Tort Law and The Efficient Control of Externalities with Multiple Defendants
    by McKitrick, R.

  • 1998 A Further Justification for the Negligence Rule
    by Dominique Demougin & Claude Fluet

  • 1998 Régulation des risques et insolvabilité: le rôle de la responsabilité pour faute en information imparfaite
    by Claude Fluet

  • 1998 Efficient Liability Rules for Multi-Party Accidents With Moral Hazard
    by Eberhard Feess & Ulrich Hege

  • 1998 Science On Trial – The Clash of Medical Evidence and the Law in the Breast Implant Case
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 1998 Why Inflation-Indexed Securities Are Not Poorly Suited For Discounting A Future Earnings Stream
    by Thomas Ireland

  • 1998 Gamboa Worklife Tables, 1995 And 1998 Versions: A Comment
    by David S. Gibson

  • 1998 Household Services: Toward A More Comprehensive Measure
    by Frank D. Tinari

  • 1998 Worklife Expectancies Of Railroad Workers
    by Gary Skoog & James Ciecka

  • 1998 Back To Becker: Valuing Women's Economic Contribution From Housework With Household Production Functions
    by David C. Sharp & David H. Ciscel & Julia A. Heath

  • 1998 It's About Time: The Forensic Economic Evaluation
    by Kurt V. Krueger & Gary R. Albrecht & John O. Ward

  • 1998 Supramonetary Values, The Value Of Life, And The Utility Theory Meanings Of Tort Recovery
    by Thomas R. Ireland & Roy Gilbert

  • 1998 Age-Earnings Profiles Estimates: Do They Change Over Time?
    by Stephan F. Gohmann & Myra J. McCrickard & Frank Slesnick

  • 1998 Expected Worklife, Transition Probabilities And The Size Of An Award
    by Edward B. Bell & Allan J. Taub

  • 1998 Reforming Products Liability
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1998 Worklife Estimates By Occupation: A Reply
    by Hugh Richards

  • 1998 Does The End Justify The Means in PI Earnings Estimates?: A Rejoinder To Peláez
    by Roy F. Gilbert

  • 1998 Worklife Estimates by Occupation: A Comment
    by Rick R. Gaskins & Paul C. Taylor

  • 1998 The Use Of “Reverse Regression” In Employment Discrimination Analysis
    by Paul F. White & Michael J. Piette

  • 1998 Economic Damages Due To Spinal Cord Injuries: Trends And Policy Implications
    by David A. Huettner & Anas F. Alhajji

  • 1998 Forecasting Earnings Losses Of The Disabled With The LPE Method
    by Frank P. Corcione & Robert J. Thornton

  • 1998 A Statistical Methodology For Measuring Lost Profit Resulting From A Loss Of Customers*
    by Laura Bonanomi & Patrick A. Gaughan & Larry W. Taylor

  • 1998 U.S. Life Tables For 1990 By Sex, Race, And Education
    by Hugh Richards & Ronald Barry

  • 1998 Internet Discussion List For NAFE Members
    by Dennis McConnell

  • 1998 Abstract: Jury Verdicts In Drunken Driving Cases
    by Stan V. Smith

  • 1998 The Forensic Economist In The International Setting: A Reply And New Findings
    by Richard Weisskoff

  • 1998 The Forensic Economist In The International Setting: A Comment
    by Jorge Salazar-Carrillo

  • 1998 On The Relationship Between Punitive And Actual Damages For Corporations And The BMW Case: A Note
    by David A. Huettner

  • 1998 Special Problems With Value-Of-Life Estimates: A Reappraisal
    by Roy F. Gilbert

  • 1998 The Economic Framework Of Personal Injury/Wrongful Death Damages
    by George A. Schieren

  • 1998 Patton-Nelson Personal Consumption Tables Updated
    by Walter K. Lierman & Robert T. Patton & David M. Nelson

  • 1998 Testing “Discrimination Plus” Cases
    by Debojyoti Sarkar

  • 1998 Why Inflation-Indexed Treasury Securities Are Not Well Suited For Discounting A Future Earning Stream
    by Kent A. Jayne

  • 1997 Integrating Punishment and Efficiency Concerns in Punitive Damages for Reckless Disregard of Risks to Others
    by Diamond, P.A.

  • 1997 Efficiency Effects of Punitive Damages
    by Diamond, P.

  • 1997 An Economic Analysis of Australian Damage Remedies for Misleading Prospectuses: Trade Practices Act vs. Corporations Law
    by Pitchford, R.

  • 1997 An Inquiry Into The Status Of Our Organization's Name And Other Issues: A Triple Sonnet (Within A Reasonable Degree Of Economic And Poetic Certainty) On N.A.F.E
    by Manuel Smith

  • 1997 Databook on Nonfatal Injury; Incidence, Costs and Consequences
    by Michael J. Vernarelli

  • 1997 Calculating Net Discount Rates—It's Time To Recognize Structural Changes: A Comment And Extension
    by Philip A. Horvath & Edward L. Sattler

  • 1997 Regarding Median Years To Retirement And Worklife Expectancy: Reply To Ciecka, Donley And Goldman
    by Tamorah Hunt & Joyce Pickersgill & Herbert Rutemiller

  • 1997 Regarding Median Years To Retirement And Worklife Expectancy
    by James Ciecka & Thomas Donley & Jerry Goldman

  • 1997 Determination Of Personal Consumption Expenditures In Fatal Accident Actions: A Note
    by Christopher Bruce

  • 1997 New Estimates Of Life Expectancies For Persons With Medical Risks
    by Robert J. Thornton & Frank Slesnick

  • 1997 Recoverable Damages For Wrongful Death In The States
    by David Schap & Deirdre K. Valvo

  • 1997 Female Worklife Capacity By Education And Occupation
    by Hugh Richards

  • 1997 Another Perspective Of The (i-g) Differential For Discounting Future Earnings
    by Charles M. Linke

  • 1997 The Measurement Of Pension Benefits As Marital Assets: A Reply
    by Richard Raymond

  • 1997 Net Discount Rate Determination: A Reply
    by Randall B. Haydon & Samuel C. Webb

  • 1997 The Distributional Effects Of Using A Before-Tax Standard In Damage Awards: A Reply
    by William G. Harris

  • 1997 Predicate Studies and Regression Analysis: A Look at Dade County
    by John Lunn & Todd P. Steen & Thomas Bonnema

  • 1997 Median Years To Retirement And Worklife Expectancy For The Civilian U.S. Population (Prepared Using 1992/93 BLS Labor Force Participation Rates)
    by Tamorah Hunt & Joyce Pickersgill & Herbert Rutemiller

  • 1997 The Expert Witness And The Law Of Evidence: Impeachment And The Forensic Economist
    by Jules A. Townsend

  • 1997 Qualifications And Admissibility: Applying The Daubert Mandate To Economic Testimony
    by Thomas R. Ireland & Walter D. Johnson

  • 1997 Economic Science And Hedonic Damage Analysis In Light Of Daubert V. Merrell Dow
    by Thomas R. Ireland & Walter D. Johnson & Paul C. Taylor

  • 1997 The Impact Of The Daubert Decision On Forensic Economists
    by Thomas O. Depperschmidt

  • 1997 The Daubert Decision And Forensic Economics
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1997 Determining Economic Damages
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1997 Special Problems With Value-Of-Life Estimates Based On Wage-Risk Studies In The Miller Survey: A Note
    by Jerome M. Staller & Brian P. Sullivan & Edward A. Friedman

  • 1997 Below-Market Interest Rates And The Total Offset Method Re-Visited
    by Eli Schwartz

  • 1997 The Below-Market Method: A Rejoinder to Professor Gilbert
    by Rolando F. Peláez

  • 1997 Duration Of Employment In Employment Discrimination Cases
    by Melvin Hughes

  • 1997 The Measurement of Pension Benefits As Marital Assets: A Comment
    by Richard L. Hannah

  • 1997 The Distributional Effects Of Using A Before-Tax Standard: A Comment
    by Brian C. Brush

  • 1997 Lending Discrimination Claims And The Issue Of Redlining: Analysis Of Lending Patterns For An Individual Institution
    by Andrew Holmes & Paul Horvitz

  • 1997 Long-Term And Short-Term Changes In Earnings Profiles
    by Roy F. Gilbert

  • 1997 A 1996 Study Of “Prevailing Practice” In Forensic Economics
    by Michael Brookshire & Frank Slesnick

  • 1996 Consumers, the Legal System and Product Liability Reform : A Comparative Perspective Between Japan and the United States
    by Hamada, K

  • 1996 Do Doctors Practice Defensive Medicine?
    by Daniel P. Kessler & Mark McClellan

  • 1996 Game Theoretic Analysis of Legal Rules and Institutions
    by Benoit, J.P. & Kornhauser, L.A.

  • 1996 Labor Shortages as America Approaches the Twenty-first Century
    by Robert J. Thornton

  • 1996 The Value Of An Individual's Life To Whom?: A Comment
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1996 Response To Andrew Gluck Regarding The New Worklife Expectancy Tables
    by Frank P. Corcione

  • 1996 Regarding The New Worklife Expectancy Tables
    by Andrew Gluck

  • 1996 An Economic Model Of Illegal Profit Deterrence And Corporate Punitive Damages
    by David A. Huettner & Will Clark & Shaun D. Ledgerwood

  • 1996 Predicting The Efficiency Effects Of Mergers
    by Raymond S. Hartman

  • 1996 Discounting Using The New Treasury EE Savings Bonds
    by William G. Harris

  • 1996 A Logit Model Of Labor Force Participation
    by James Ciecka & Thomas Donley

  • 1996 The Robin Hood Bias: A Study Of Biased Damage Awards
    by Brian C. Becker

  • 1996 Calculating The Income Loss Of A Small-Business Owner Who Suffers A Personal Injury: Does Profit Income Differ From Wage Income?
    by Peter E. Soule

  • 1996 Tenure, Discrimination, and the Courts
    by Paul F. White

  • 1996 Valuing Children in Litigation: Family and Individual Loss Assessment
    by Gerald D. Martin

  • 1996 Litigation Economics
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1996 Can Hedonic Damages Be Added To Other Damage Measures? A Reply To Dr. Stan Terman
    by James L. Plummer

  • 1996 A Psychiatrist's Comment On “A Better Alternative To Hedonic Damages” And A Suggestion For A Meta-Analysis
    by Stanley A. Terman

  • 1996 Forecasting Earnings Using Age-Earnings Profiles And Longitudinal Data
    by James D. Rodgers & Michael L. Brookshire & Robert J. Thornton

  • 1996 Worklife Estimates By Occupation
    by Hugh Richards & Richard J. Solie

  • 1996 The Measurement Of Pension Benefits As Marital Assets
    by Richard Raymond

  • 1996 Calculating Net Discount Rates: It's Time To Recognize Structural Changes
    by Walter D. Johnson & Gregory M. Gelles

  • 1996 “Hedonic” Estimates In Personal Injury Analysis: Differences From Wrongful Death Analysis
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1996 Predicting Educational Attainment For A Minor Child: Some Further Evidence
    by Andrew M. Gill & Jack Foley

  • 1996 Economic Loss In Wrongful Death–Including The Retirement Period
    by Shik C. Young

  • 1996 Re Going Concern Value: A Comment
    by Robert R. Trout

  • 1996 The Net Discount Rate: A Rejoinder To Haydon And Webb
    by Rolando F. Peláez

  • 1996 On The Necessity Of Estimating Expected Inflation In Determining The Value Of Lost Earnings: A Note
    by William G. Harris

  • 1996 The Meaning Of “Hedonic Damages” In Tort Litigation: A Note
    by Wolfgang W. Franz

  • 1996 A Reality Check On Decedent's Consumption: A Comment
    by David D. Jones

  • 1996 Life Insurance As An Offset To Economic Losses In Wrongful Death Cases: A Final Comment
    by James E. Ciecka

  • 1996 Risk-Free Vs. Risk-Adjusted Discount Rates: A Comment*
    by Daniel K. Biederman & Robert C. Baesemann

  • 1996 Taxes And The Calculation Of Present Value Of Future Medical Expenses
    by Jack P. Suyderhoud & Lisa A. Chun

  • 1996 Incomplete Markets And The Calculation Of Economic Loss
    by J. Thomas Romans & Frederick G. Floss

  • 1996 The Below-Market Discount Rate Method Vs. East Coast Black Magic
    by Roy F. Gilbert

  • 1995 Market Insurance, Self-Protection and the Family : A Beckerian Analysis
    by Fraser, Clive D

  • 1995 The New Worklife Expectancy Tables: Revised 1995 For Persons With and Without Disability by Gender and Level of Education
    by Frank P. Corcione

  • 1995 Valuing The Lost Leisure Involved In Household Services In Personal Injury Cases
    by Paul M. Mason & Michael M. Fabritius

  • 1995 A Reply To Professor Gilbert
    by Jerome M. Staller & Brian P. Sullivan & Edward Friedman

  • 1995 Ethics In Forensic Economics: A Reply To Depperschmidt
    by Walter D. Johnson

  • 1995 The Cost Of Substitution Consumption Activities: A Comment
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1995 The Alleged Persistent Misapplication Of Economics Vs. The Economic Value Of Life: A Comment
    by Roy F. Gilbert

  • 1995 Life Insurance As An Offset To Economic Losses In Wrongful Death Cases: A Reply
    by Gerard A. Cahill & Gerald F. Goldberg

  • 1995 The Lost Pleasure Of Life Scale: A Reply To Caragonne
    by Edward Berlá & Robert G. Meyer & Paul Andrews

  • 1995 Valuation Of Minority Stockholder's Interest In A Closely-Held Private Corporation
    by Samuel C. Webb & Randall B. Haydon

  • 1995 Using Modern Price Theory, Not Herfindahl-Hirschman For Antitrust Principles And Policies
    by John G. Greenhut & M. L. Greenhut

  • 1995 Savings Offsets In Future Care Costs For The Severely Injured: New Thoughts On An Unsettled Issue
    by Roger Feldman & Karl A. Egge

  • 1995 The Valuation Of Lost Household Services In Partial Disability Cases
    by Malcolm R. Burns & David J. Faurot

  • 1995 Letter To The Editor
    by Eli Schwartz

  • 1995 Retirement Benefits As A Marital Asset In Divorce
    by H. Bruce Throckmorton

  • 1995 Economic Damages As A Result Of Minimal Personality Changes In Head Injury Cases
    by Edward Berlá & Andrew Gluck & Robyn David-Harris

  • 1995 On Using PBGC Methodology To Evaluate Defined Benefit Pensions In Divorce Cases
    by Raymond A. Pepin

  • 1995 Get Real! A Comment On The Need For “Adjustments” In Discounting Future Periodic Damage Amounts
    by William F. Landsea

  • 1995 Statistical Methodology In Employment Discrimination Litigation: A Last Reply To Hawley
    by Michael J. Piette

  • 1995 Statistical Methodology In Employment Discrimination Litigation: Reply To Piette
    by Clifford B. Hawley

  • 1995 Calculating Present Value of Intra-Year Receipts: A Comment
    by Robert D. Foster & Richard L. Ruth

  • 1995 Life Insurance As An Offset To Economic Losses In Wrongful Death Cases: A Comment
    by James E. Ciecka

  • 1995 Duration Of Employment In Wrongful Termination Cases
    by Robert R. Trout

  • 1995 The Cost Of Substitute Consumption Activities: A Better Alternative Than Hedonic Damages
    by James L. Plummer

  • 1995 Economic And Statistical Considerations In Analyzing Allegations Of Age Discrimination
    by Michael J. Piette

  • 1995 Do Tax-Exempt Discount Rates Eliminate Tax-Induced Errors?
    by William G. Harris

  • 1995 A Review Of The Monte Carlo Evidence Concerning Hedonic Value Of Life Estimates
    by Roy F. Gilbert

  • 1995 Household Labor In Hours By Family Type
    by David H. Ciscel & David C. Sharp

  • 1995 Measuring Economic Loss to a Regional Economy
    by Frank L. Hefner

  • 1995 The Application of the Hedonic Damages Concept to Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Litigation: A Comment
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1995 Life Insurance as an Offset to Economic Loss in Wrongful Death Cases: A Reply
    by Gerard A. Cahill & Gerald F. Goldberg

  • 1995 A Valuation of a Generic Child – The Investment Approach: A Comment
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1995 A Valuation Of A Generic Child – The Investment Approach: A Comment
    by Bryan L. Boulier

  • 1995 Cohort Analysis And The Determination Of Economic Damages Resulting From Employment Discrimination
    by Michael J. Piette & Janet R. Thornton

  • 1995 The Below-Market Discount Rate Method: Junk Science in the Courtroom?
    by Rolando F. Peláez

  • 1995 The Persistent Misapplication Of The “Hedonic Damages” Concept To Wrongful Death And Personal Injury Litigation
    by Thomas Havrilesky

  • 1995 Tax-Induced Errors In The Calculation Of Lump-Sum Awards
    by William G. Harris

  • 1995 In Defense Of The Application Of Hedonic Models To Wrongful Death And Personal Injury Litigation
    by Roy F. Gilbert

  • 1995 Attorney Perspectives On The Use Of Economic Experts: Survey Results
    by Francis J. Colella & Walter D. Johnson & Frank D. Tinari

  • 1995 A Markov Process Model For Worklife Expectancies Of Smokers And Nonsmokers
    by James Ciecka & Jerry Goldman

  • 1994 Establishing Damages in Catastrophic Injury Litigation
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 1994 Selecting An Appropriate Model To Forecast Lost Future Earnings
    by Sigmund A. Horvitz & Robert M. Nehs & Louis H. Stern

  • 1994 A Note On The Feasibility Of Using Expected Long-Term Real Interest Rates In Present Value Calculations
    by James L. Altmann

  • 1994 The Effects Of Intra-Period Payments On Award Calculations
    by Samuel T. Battaglia & William R. Cron

  • 1994 Taxes And Present Value Awards For Wrongful Death
    by George A. Schieren

  • 1994 The Distributional Effects of Using A Before-Tax Standard In Damage Awards
    by William G. Harris

  • 1994 An Analysis Of Alternative Methods Of Calculating Tax-Adjusted Awards
    by Edward B. Bell & Allan J. Taub

  • 1994 Ordinary And Reverse Tax Effect In Personal Injury And Wrongful Death Cases
    by Robert J. Aalberts & Terrence M. Clauretie & Mel Jameson

  • 1994 Modeling Taxes In Personal Injury And Wrongful Death Award Calculations
    by Gary R. Albrecht

  • 1994 Valuation Of Damages In Shareholder Class Actions
    by Paul Grier

  • 1994 The Measurement Of Economic Damages: Do Taxes Really Matter?
    by Brian C. Brush & Charles H. Breeden

  • 1994 Estimating A Decedent's Consumption In Wrongful Death Cases: A Reply
    by Robert R. Trout & Carroll B. Foster

  • 1994 Intra-Year Discounting Made Easy: A Comment
    by Robert R. Trout

  • 1994 Value of Life Estimates – Too Imprecise for Courtroom Use: A Note
    by Jerome M. Staller & Brian P. Sullivan & Edward A. Friedman

  • 1994 Life Insurance As An Offset In Wrongful Death Cases: A Note
    by Eli Schwartz

  • 1994 The Questionable Reasonableness Of Trout And Foster's Method Of Estimating A Decedent's Consumption In Wrongful Death Cases: A Comment
    by William Landsea

  • 1994 Dedicated Portfolios And The Present Value Of Lost Earnings: A Comment
    by Mark A. Houldsworth & Tom D. McKinnon

  • 1994 Life Expectancies for Persons With Medical Risks
    by Frank Slesnick & Robert Thornton

  • 1994 Hedonic Damages And The Index Number Problem
    by David D. Jones

  • 1994 Valuing The Life Of A Child: Broadening The Investment Approach
    by Thomas R. Ireland & John O. Ward

  • 1994 The Theory And Practical Determination Of Going Concern Value
    by Merle F. Dimbath

  • 1994 Ethics In Forensic Economics: Evidence And Remedy Issues
    by Thomas O. Depperschmidt

  • 1994 Converting From A Present Value Lump Sum To A Future Payment Stream
    by Michael L. Brookshire & Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1994 The Application Of The Hedonic Damages Concept To Wrongful Death And Personal Injury Litigation
    by Gary R. Albrecht

  • 1993 Should Liability be Based on the Harm to the Victim or the Gain to the Injurer?
    by A. Mitchell Polinsky & Steven Shavell

  • 1993 The Selection Hypothesis and the Relationship between Trial and Plaintiff Victory
    by Joel Waldfogel

  • 1993 Succeeding as an Expert Witness
    by Robert J. Thornton

  • 1993 Establishing Liability and Calculating Damages Under Robinson-Patman Act and Predation Claims
    by David R. Kamerschen

  • 1993 On Testing for the Stability of the Net Discount Rate
    by Edward N. Gamber & Robert L. Sorensen

  • 1993 The Use of the Berla Scale in Quantifying Hedonic Damages: A Case Management Perspective
    by Penelope Caragonne

  • 1993 1993 Survey of NAFE Members: A Follow-Up Survey of Economic Methodology
    by Michael Brookshire & Frank Slesnick

  • 1993 Expected Long-Term Real Interest Rates: A Reprise
    by Rolando F. Peláez

  • 1993 The Significance of the Distinction Between a Life Annuity and An Annuity Certain for a Term Equal to Life Expectance: A Note
    by Boyd L. Fjeldsted

  • 1993 Intra-Year Discounting Assumptions and Bias in Lost Earnings Analysis: A Comment
    by James E. Ciecka

  • 1993 Intra-Year Discounting Assumptions and Bias in Lost Earnings Analysis: A Comment
    by Joseph Benich

  • 1993 The Forensic Economist in the International Setting: Applying Purchasing Power Parities to Nicaraguan Damage Claims
    by Richard Weisskoff

  • 1993 Median Worklife, Mean Age at Final Separation, or Transition Probabilities to Calculate Expected Lost Earnings?
    by George A. Schieren

  • 1993 1993 Survey: Qualifications, Ethics, and Procedures for Forensic Economics Practitioners
    by John Adams & Michael Brookshire & Frank Slesnick

  • 1993 Determining Goodwill Valuation in the Small Firm: An Illustration of the Excess Earnings Approach
    by Roger T. King & William H. Sackley

  • 1993 Life Insurance as an Offset to Economic Loss in Wrongful Death Cases: A Note
    by Gerard A. Cahill & Gerald F. Goldberg

  • 1993 The Misapplication of the Hedonic Damages Concept to Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Litigation: A Comment
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1993 Compensatory Damages and the Appropriate Discount Rate: A Comment
    by Gary R. Albrecht

  • 1993 Competition for Forensic Economists and Their Ethical Behavior
    by Frank D. Tinari

  • 1993 Estimating Jury Compensation for Pain and Suffering in Product Liability Cases Involving Nonfatal Personal Injury
    by Gregory B. Rodgers

  • 1993 A Suggested Method for Calculating Damages for a Large Number of Employees in a Title VII Case
    by Kenneth E. Galchus & Leanne Whiteside

  • 1993 Key Issues in Measuring Lost Profits
    by James Plummer & Gerald McGowin

  • 1993 The Legal Framework for the Calculation of Damages in Commercial Litigation
    by Donald H. Manley & Michael D. Reed

  • 1993 A Due Diligence Process for Highly Leveraged Transactions
    by Patrick A. Gaughan

  • 1993 Losses in Commercial Litigation
    by Carroll B. Foster & Robert R. Trout & Patrick A. Gaughan

  • 1993 The Meaning of “Hedonic Damages” in Tort Litigation
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1993 The Misapplication of the Hedonic Damages Concept to Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Litigation
    by Thomas Havrilesky

  • 1993 The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990: New Opportunities for Forensic Economists
    by Ralph R. Frasca & Bernard J. Winger

  • 1993 Wage Growth and Interest Rates Again: A Regression Model
    by Phillip H. Allman

  • 1993 Some New Approaches to the Estimation of Individualized Lost Earnings
    by Richard L. Hannah

  • 1993 Should Net Discount Rates Vary by Level of Earnings?
    by Wolfgang W. Franz

  • 1993 Note: The Impact of Disability on Earnings (Results From the Health and Activity Limitation Survey)
    by Peter Ross

  • 1993 Which Estimates of Household Production are Best?: A Comment
    by Richard Raymond

  • 1993 Agenda for Civil Justice Reform in America: The Quest for Mainstream Economics in Litigation
    by Gerald W. Olson

  • 1993 Using Multiple Discriminant Analysis in Business Litigation
    by Robert R. O'Haver

  • 1993 The Correct Value of Social Security Contributions in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Settlements: A Comment
    by Stephen E. Durham

  • 1993 Estimating A Decedent's Consumption in Wrongful Death Cases
    by Robert R. Trout & Carroll B. Foster

  • 1993 A Valuation of a Generic Child: The Investment Approach
    by Joseph M. Prinzinger

  • 1993 Using the Marginal Interest Rate Principle in Valuing the Spousal Contribution to the Human Capital of a Marital Partner
    by W. Cris Lewis

  • 1992 A Hedonics Primer for Economists and Attorneys
    by Robert J. Thornton

  • 1992 The Interaction of Public Policies on Personal Injury and Bankruptcy
    by Thomas O. Depperschmidt

  • 1992 Single Rate Discounting Methods: Abstract
    by T. S. Means & David S. Saurman

  • 1992 Evaluating Lost Vacation Benefits: Should They Be Valued at Their Pre-Injury or Post-Injury Cost?
    by James L. Kenkel

  • 1992 A Note on Discounting: The Case for Annuity Prices & the PBGC Methodology
    by Thomas C. Borzilleri

  • 1992 The Effect of Recent Income Tax Reforms on the Calculation of Lost Earnings: A Reply
    by Wolfgang W. Franz

  • 1992 The Effect of Recent Income Tax Reforms on the Calculation of Lost Earnings: Comment
    by William G. Harris

  • 1992 Comment: On the Relative Stability and Predictability of the Interest Rate and Earnings Growth Rate
    by Joseph Benich

  • 1992 Methodological Issues When Using Simple Models To Investigate Employment Discrimination: Reply
    by Michael J. Piette

  • 1992 Compensatory Damages and the Appropriate Discount Rate
    by Marc S. Margulis

  • 1992 A Simple Procedure for Computing the Present Value of Non-Annual Damages
    by Gary A. Anderson & Joel R. Barber

  • 1992 Methodological Issues When Using Simple Models To Investigate Employment Discrimination
    by Clifford B. Hawley

  • 1992 Intra-Year Discounting Assumptions and Bias in Lost Earnings Analysis
    by Peter C. Eisemann

  • 1992 Letters to the Editor
    by John Maher

  • 1992 The Use of Control Charts in Determining the Effect of Personal Injury on Productivity
    by Peter B. Webb & Harold L. Bryant

  • 1992 Four Guidelines for Selecting a Discount Rate
    by J. Thomas Romans & Frederick G. Floss

  • 1992 Loss of Enjoyment, Rehabilitation and Hedonic Damages: A Comment
    by Robert Metcalf

  • 1992 Consequences of Damage Awards for Hedonic and Other Nonpecuniary Losses
    by Paul H. Rubin & John E. Calfee

  • 1992 The Value of Life and Hedonic Damages: Some Unresolved Issues
    by Marvin Frankel & Charles M. Linke

  • 1992 Forecasting Earnings Growth and Discount Rates: New Evidence From Time Series Analysis
    by Carl Bonham & Sumner J. La Croix

  • 1992 Discount Rates for Lost Profits
    by Jeffrey C. Bodington

  • 1992 The Utility of Death and Wrongful Death Compensation
    by William E. Becker & Richard A. Stout

  • 1992 The Role of Productivity and Prices in Forecasting Wage Rates
    by Gary R. Albrecht & Kurt V. Krueger

  • 1992 Issues Affecting the Calculated Value of Life
    by Gary R. Albrecht

  • 1992 Letters to the Editor
    by Gary R. Albrecht

  • 1992 The Economic Value of a Professional Degree (A Technique)
    by Marvin G. DeVries

  • 1992 Notes on Employee Fringe Benefit Costs
    by Reuben E. Slesinger

  • 1992 Economic Value of Restricted Fringe Benefits: A Reply
    by Robert Rosenman

  • 1992 Economic Value of Restricted Fringe Benefits: A Comment
    by J. Thomas Romans & Frederick G. Floss

  • 1992 Loss of Future Income in the Case of Personal Injury of a Child: Parental Influence on a Child's Future Earnings
    by Lawrence M. Spizman & John Kane

  • 1992 The Correct Value of Social Security Contributions in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Settlements
    by Robert Rosenman & Rodney Fort

  • 1992 Selecting the Time Period Over Which the Net Discount Rate is Determined for Economic Loss Analysis
    by Randall B. Haydon & Samuel C. Webb

  • 1992 The Inclusion of Fringe Benefits in Estimates of Earnings Loss: A Comparative Analysis
    by Ralph R. Frasca

  • 1992 Market Valuation of Household Production
    by Ronald A. Dulaney & John H. Fitzgerald & Matthew S. Swenson & John H. Wicks

  • 1992 Self-Consumption Allowances, Family Size and Family Structure
    by James E. Ciecka

  • 1991 On the Relative Stability and Predictability of the Interest Rate and Earnings Growth Rate
    by W. Cris Lewis

  • 1991 Fringe Benefits: An Ordering
    by George E. Samuels

  • 1991 The Determination of Court-Awarded Legal Fees
    by Thomas H. McInish

  • 1991 Accounting for Taxes in the Determination of the Reduction for Personal Consumption
    by William Jennings & Penelope Mercurio

  • 1991 An Employer's Loss of Employee's Profit Capacity: A Membership Surplus Approach
    by Homayoun Hajiran

  • 1991 Evaluating Lost Vacation Benefits: A Note on the Opportunity Cost Approach
    by Ronald A. Dulaney

  • 1991 Comment: On the Accuracy and Usefulness of Hedonic Loss Estimates
    by Jerome M. Staller & Brian P. Sullivan

  • 1991 The Effect of Taxes and Inflation on the Real Interest Rate
    by Eli Schwartz & Robert Thornton

  • 1991 The Relationship Between Age, Earnings and the Net Discount Rate Revisited
    by Charles W. de Seve

  • 1991 The Net Discount Rate in a Model of Long-Run Growth Equilibrium
    by John W. Rowe

  • 1991 Broker Liability for Portfolio Losses: Cases From the Crash of '87
    by J. C. Poindexter & Jack W. Wilson

  • 1991 Valuation of Earnings Using Historical Growth-Discount Rates
    by Rolando F. Pelaez

  • 1991 Income Taxes and Lost Profits
    by Jeffrey C. Bodington

  • 1991 Literature Relevant to the Valuation of Household Services
    by Whitney W. Hicks & Thomas R. Ireland & Walter D. Johnson & Edward J. Metzen & John O. Ward

  • 1991 Note: Discounting a Partially Tax-Sheltered Income Stream
    by Roger Feldman

  • 1991 More on Alternative Measures of Earnings Growth
    by Edward B. Bell & Allan J. Taub

  • 1991 The Expert Witness: Knowledge and Communication (The Deadly or Dynamic Duo)
    by Debra Guiou Stufflebean

  • 1991 Economic Methodology and the Analysis of Employment Discrimination
    by Michael J. Piette

  • 1991 Replacement Cost Valuation of Production by Homemakers: Conceptual Questions and Measurement Problems
    by Thomas R. Ireland & John O. Ward

  • 1991 An Agenda for Future Research in Forensic Economics
    by Michael L. Brookshire

  • 1991 Qualifications, Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Forensic Economics
    by Walter D. Johnson

  • 1991 Codes of Professional Ethics for Forensic Economists: Problems and Prospects
    by Michael J. Piette

  • 1991 Economists, Ethics, and the Marketplace
    by Edward L. Sattler

  • 1991 The Economic Expert in Wrongful Death/Personal Injury Cases: Workable Competition or Monopoly Power?
    by Pauline Fox

  • 1991 Preface
    by Walter D. Johnson

  • 1991 Letters to the Editor
    by Jules H. Kamin M.B.A

  • 1991 Calculating Future Fringe Benefits in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases
    by Wolfgang W. Franz & Scott T. Ashby

  • 1991 Economic Loss in the Death of a Child: An Extended Comment
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1991 Estimating Personal Consumption Costs in Wrongful Death Cases
    by Robert T. Patton & David M. Nelson

  • 1991 Personal Consumption: The Case of Retirement Period Consumption
    by Ralph J. Brown

  • 1991 Appropriate Formulae for Calculation of the Present Value of a Future Estate 1
    by R. Haney Scott & Richard PonArul

  • 1991 Restricted Fringe Benefits and Their Economic Value in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Settlements
    by Robert Rosenman

  • 1991 Inflation in the Computation of the Present Value of Lost Earnings 1
    by Richard PonArul

  • 1991 The Role of the Husband/Father in Household Output
    by Harvey Paul

  • 1991 Empirical Evidence on the Relationship Between Earnings Growth and Interest Rates
    by Laura S. Nowak

  • 1991 Estimating Personal Consumption of a Deceased Family Member
    by Roy F. Gilbert

  • 1991 Female Work Experience: Voluntary Versus Involuntary Labor Force Activity
    by Frank P. Corcione & Robert J. Thornton

  • 1991 Job Search and College Enrollment Durations for Calculating Economic Losses from Personal Injuries
    by Malcolm R. Burns & David J. Faurot

  • 1991 A 1990 Survey Study of Forensic Economists
    by Michael Brookshire & Frank Slesnick

  • 1991 The Limitations of Legal Institutions for Addressing Environmental Risks
    by Peter S. Menell

  • 1991 Product and Occupational Liability
    by W. Kip Viscusi

  • 1991 Liability for Medical Malpractice
    by Patricia M. Danzon

  • 1991 The Modern Expansion of Tort Liability: Its Sources, Its Effects, and Its Reform
    by George L. Priest

  • 1991 Symposium on the Economics of Liability
    by Carl Shapiro

  • 1991 The Liability Insurance Market
    by Ralph A. Winter

  • 1991 Economic Theories of Legal Liability
    by Robert D. Cooter

  • 1990 Forecasting Medical Costs in Tort Cases: The Role of the Economist
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 1990 Appraising the Profits Lost by a Failed New Venture
    by Jeffrey C. Bodington

  • 1990 Estimating Personal Expenditure Deductions in Multi-Income Families in Cases of Wrongful Death
    by Melvin W. Harju & Clarence H. Adams

  • 1990 The Minimization Of Taxable Income and Lost Profits Litigation
    by Patrick A. Gaughan & Henry Fuentes

  • 1990 The Valuation of Defined Pension Benefits as a Marital Asset: An Abundance of Approaches
    by Ralph R. Frasca

  • 1990 Which Estimates of Household Production are Best?
    by John B. Douglass & Genevieve M. Kenney & Ted R. Miller

  • 1990 On the Necessity of Estimating Expected Inflation in Determining the Value of Lost Earnings
    by Carl G. Brooking & Patrick A. Taylor

  • 1990 Lucrum Cessans, Damnum Emergens and the Market Place
    by Antonio Jorge & Jorge Salazar-Carrillo

  • 1990 Current Versus Ultimate Life Expectancies: Perceptions and Implications
    by Jack P. Suyderhoud & Richard L. Pollock

  • 1990 Dedicated Portfolios and the Present Value of Lost Earnings
    by Edward B. Bell & Allan J. Taub

  • 1990 Estimating Value of Life per Life Year
    by Ike Mathur

  • 1990 Reflections on Economic Loss in the Death of a Child
    by John Ward

  • 1990 The Relevance of Willingness-To-Pay Estimates of The Value of a Statistical Life in Determining Wrongful Death Awards
    by Lauraine G. Chestnut & Daniel M. Violette

  • 1990 Valuing Life in the Courts: An Overview
    by Thomas Havrilesky

  • 1990 The Econometric Basis for Estimates of the Value of Life
    by W. Kip Viscusi

  • 1990 Assuming the Can Opener: Hedonic Wage Estimates and the Value of Life
    by William T. Dickens

  • 1990 Hedonic Damages in the Courtroom Setting––A Bridge Over Troubled Waters
    by Stan V. Smith

  • 1990 The Plausible Range for the Value of Life––Red Herrings Among the Mackerel
    by Ted R. Miller

  • 1990 The Value of Life: Has Voodoo Economics Come to the Courts?
    by W. Kip Viscusi

  • 1990 Evaluation of Personal Injury Cases for the Purpose of Settlement
    by Kabir Hassan

  • 1990 Vacation Benefits and Lost Earnings Capacity
    by Stanley C. Wisniewski

  • 1990 Estimating and Projecting Employer-Paid Fringe Benefits In the case of the Death of a Worker: The Not So Obvious
    by Clarence G. Ray

  • 1990 Notes on the Estimation of Extrapolated Benefits in Wrongful Death Litigation
    by G. Michael Phillips & David T. Fractor

  • 1990 On Valuing Lost Fringe Benefits in Death Cases
    by George V. Launey

  • 1990 Projecting the Loss of Employer Paid Fringe Benefits to Survivors in Wrongful Death Cases
    by Wolfgang W. Franz & Deneen Aubertin

  • 1990 Calculating Damages: Real or Nominal Rates
    by George E. Samuels

  • 1990 Loss in the Death of a Child: An Extension of the Ward Analysis
    by Thomas R. Ireland

  • 1990 Discounting in Forensic Economics
    by Allan M. Feldman

  • 1990 Forecasts in Tort Cases: Statistical Evaluation and Revision
    by Stephen B. Jarrell

  • 1990 Wrongful Employment Termination and Resulting Economic Losses
    by Wolfgang W. Franz

  • 1990 Does FELA Repeal Belong on the Tort Reform Agenda?
    by Michael W. Babcock & Michael Oldfather

  • 1990 The Emerging Industry of Forensic Economics: A Survey of NAFE Members
    by Michael Brookshire & Frank Slesnick & Robert Lessne

  • 1990 Letters to the Editor
    by Vincent M. Jolivet

  • 1989 Computing Losses in Business Interruption Cases
    by Carroll B. Foster & Robert R. Trout

  • 1989 Pitfalls in Estimating the Loss of Employer-Paid Fringe Benefits
    by Robert J. Thornton

  • 1989 Risk-Adjusted Employer-Paid Benefits in Wrongful Death Cases
    by William Jennings & Penelope Mercurio

  • 1989 Three Concepts of the Value of Fringe Benefits
    by J. Thomas Romans & Frederick G. Floss

  • 1989 The Valuation of a Closely Held Firm: Comment
    by Gary R. Albrecht

  • 1989 Appraisal of Economic Loss: Mild Disability to Severe Disability
    by Gary R. Wells & C. A. Hofman

  • 1989 Estimating Earning Capacity With Constant Earnings Growth Rates
    by David S. Saurman & T. S. Means

  • 1989 Alternative Measures of Earnings Growth
    by Matthew J. Mullett & David M. Nelson & Robert T. Patton

  • 1989 Those Who Only Remember the Past May Be Doomed to Repeat Its Mistakes
    by Thomas Havrilesky

  • 1989 Hedonic Damages and Personal Injury: A Conceptual Approach
    by Edward P. Berla & Michael L. Brookshire & Stan V. Smith

  • 1989 On The Derivation and Consistent Use of Growth and Discount Rates For Future Earnings
    by Gary R. Albrecht & John C. Moorhouse

  • 1989 Converting Present Value Awards Into Periodic Payments
    by Peter Formuzis & Joyce Pickersgill

  • 1989 Economists, Vocational Evaluators, and Residual Employability: Pitfalls in the Estimation of Future Income Losses
    by James R. Seldon

  • 1989 On the Relationship Between Age, Earnings, and the Net Discount Rate
    by W. Cris Lewis

  • 1989 Work History in Female Earnings Loss
    by Dennis R. Capozza & Alice Nakamura & Gregory Bloss

  • 1989 Bid Depositories and Antitrust
    by John E. Stewart

  • 1989 Estimating Economic Loss in the Case of a Death of a Child
    by John O. Ward

  • 1989 Comment: Discount Rates
    by Melville Z. Wolfson

  • 1989 An Investigation into the Nelson Median and the Mean Age at Final Separation from the Labor Force
    by Ralph R. Frasca & Bernard J. Winger

  • 1989 The Economic Consultant in Forensic Economics
    by Stephen T. Riley

  • 1989 Estimating Monetary Loss Due to Personal Injury: Comment
    by Frank D. Tinari

  • 1989 Legislatively Imposed Net Discount Rates: Minnesota's Tort Reform
    by Karl A. Egge

  • 1989 Toward a Utility-Based Theory of Loss in Wrongful Death Cases
    by E. Schwartz & R. Thornton

  • 1989 Evaluation of Homemaker Services: Replacement Cost, Opportunity Cost or Something Else?
    by J. Thomas Romans & Frederick G. Floss

  • 1989 The Total Offset Method
    by Rolando F. Pelaez

  • 1989 The Relative Accuracy of Net Discounting
    by David M. Nelson

  • 1989 The Case for Community Reimbursement Upon Divorce for A Spouse's Education
    by T. S. Means

  • 1989 The Consideration of Progressive Taxes in Present Value Calculations for Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases: Comment
    by James Ciecka

  • 1989 Worklife Expectancy and Disability
    by Anthony M. Gamboa & John P. Tierney & Gwendolyn H. Holland

  • 1989 The Effect of Recent Income Tax Reforms on the Calculation of Lost Earnings
    by Wolfgang W. Franz

  • 1989 Letters To The Editor
    by Michael Behr

  • 1988 The Success of Economic Defenses In Price Fixing Cases: An Analysis
    by Henry A. Einhorn

  • 1988 On Determining the Minimum Portfolio for Replacing Lost Pecuniary Benefits and Implications for the Appropriate Discount Rate
    by W. Cris Lewis & Reed R. Durtschi

  • 1988 An Analysis of Railroad Worklife Tables
    by Dale R. Funderburk

  • 1988 A Portfolio Approach to Funding Lost Earnings
    by Edward B. Bell & Allan J. Taub

  • 1988 The Valuation of a Closely Held Firm: Difference in Expert Opinion
    by Carl M. Hubbard & Darryl G. Waldron

  • 1988 State Tort and Insurance Reform: The Net Result of Two Years Effort
    by Thomas O. Depperschmidt

  • 1988 Hourly Wage Rates for Household Services: Time Series Data
    by Harvey Paul

  • 1988 Pitfalls to Using the Real-Rates or Age Earnings Profile Models in Calculating Economic Loss: Reply
    by Fred J. Abraham

  • 1988 “Pitfalls to Using the Real-Rates or Age-Earnings Profile Hodels in Calculating Economic Loss: A Comment”
    by Lawrence D. Jones

  • 1988 Real-Rates and Age-Earnings Models: Comment
    by James Ciecka

  • 1988 Pitfalls to Using the Real-Rates or Age-Earnings Profile Models in Calculating Economic Loss: A Comment
    by David S. Saurman

  • 1988 Problems in Appraising the Economic Loss of a Child
    by Frank D. Tinari

  • 1988 Valuation of Structured Settlements: Should a Life Annuity be Valued as Certain to Life Expectancy or Mortality Adjusted
    by James R. Eck & W. Gary Baker & Reed W. Davis

  • 1988 The Age-Earnings Cycle – Earnings by Education
    by Everett G. Dillman

  • 1988 Valuation of a Mary Carter Agreement
    by Jules H. Kamin

  • 1988 Tort Reform: An Economic Approach
    by Mark F. Grady

  • 1988 Addressing the Value of Household Services Through a Functional Vocational Analysis
    by John P. Tierney & A. M. Gamboa & Gwendolyn H. Holland

  • 1988 The Consideration of Progressive Taxes in Present Value Calculations for Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases
    by Randall Goodwin & Chris Paul

  • 1988 Pitfalls to using the Real-Rates or Age-Earnings Profile Models in Calculating Economic Loss
    by Fred J. Abraham

  • 1988 Interfacing the Economic and Vocational in Personal Injury Cases
    by Everett G. Dillman

  • 1988 Recent Trends in Women's use of Time and their Implications for Assessing the Replacement Cost of Household Services
    by Michael V. Leonesio

  • 1988 The Effect of Compensation Awards upon Consumption and Savings
    by Frank Slesnick & Richard Dolin

  • 1988 Valuing Illiquid Pension Benefits
    by Robert R. Trout

  • 1988 New Evidence on Expected Long Term Real Interest Rates
    by Thomas Havrilesky

  • 1988 Economic Damages – The Handbook for Plaintiff and Defense Attorneys
    by Frank Slesnick

  • 1988 Estimating Monetary Loss Due to Personal Injury
    by James W. Marlin

  • 1987 How Economists Can Help in Litigation
    by Reuben E. Slesinger

  • 1987 The Use of the Years of Dependency Formula in the Apportionment of Wrongful Death Settlements–Criticism and Modification
    by Wolfgang W. Franz

  • 1987 An Historical Simulation Approach to the Present Valuation of Future Earnings
    by Ronald A. Dulaney

  • 1987 Compensation for Pecuniary Losses in Breach of Contract Cases
    by L. Kenneth Hubbell

  • 1987 Evaluating Household Services: Additional Evidence
    by B. F. Kiker & Julia A. Heath

  • 1987 The Uneasy Case for the Personal Maintenance Deduction
    by Robert J. Thornton & Eli Schwartz

  • 1987 Forensic Economics: A Perspective and An Agenda for Research
    by John O. Ward & Gerald W. Olson

  • 1975 Note on Partial Equilibrium Analysis
    by H. Gregg Lewis

  • The Core Of Pure Economic Loss
    by Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci & Hans-Bernd Schäfer

  • The Economics Of Pure Economic Loss And The Internalisation Of Multiple Externalities
    by Giuseppe Dari Mattiacci

  • When Will Judgment Proof Injurers Take Too Much Precaution?
    by Giuseppe Dari Mattiacci & Gerrit De Geest

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