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  1.  Taxes and the present value assessment of economic losses in personal injury litigation: Comment

    Taxes and the present value assessment of economic losses in personal injury litigation: Comment

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    Scott Gilbert. (2013). Taxes and the present value assessment of economic losses in personal injury litigation: Comment. Journal of Legal Economics 19(2): pp. 27-42. Learn More
  2. Comment on Skoog and Ciecka, “An Autoregressive Model of Order Two for Worklife Expectancies and Other Labor Force Characteristics with an Application to Major League Baseball Hitters”

    Comment on Skoog and Ciecka, “An Autoregressive Model of Order Two for Worklife Expectancies and Other Labor Force Characteristics with an Application to Major League Baseball Hitters”

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    Edward Foster. (2013). Comment on Skoog and Ciecka, “An Autoregressive Model of Order Two for Worklife Expectancies and Other Labor Force Characteristics with an Application to Major League Baseball Hitters”. Journal of Legal Economics 19(2): pp. 43-46. Learn More
  3. Determining an Earnings Basis for a Projection of Past and Future Lost Earning Capacity

    Determining an Earnings Basis for a Projection of Past and Future Lost Earning Capacity

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    Thomas Ireland. (2013). Determining an Earnings Basis for a Projection of Past and Future Lost Earning Capacity. Journal of Legal Economics 19(2): pp. 47-64. Learn More
  4. Developing Statistical Based Earnings Estimates: Median versus Mean Earnings

    Developing Statistical Based Earnings Estimates: Median versus Mean Earnings

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    Lawrence M. Spizman (2013). Developing Statistical Based Earnings Estimates: Median versus Mean Earnings. Journal of Legal Economics 19(2): pp. 77-82. Learn More
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  6. Response to Comment on the Albrecht Review of the Three Arguments Used to Justify Including A Risk-Premium in the Discount Factor

    Response to Comment on the Albrecht Review of the Three Arguments Used to Justify Including A Risk-Premium in the Discount Factor

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    Gary Albrecht. (2013). Response to Comment on the Albrecht Review of the Three Arguments Used to Justify Including A Risk-Premium in the Discount Factor. Journal of Legal Economics 19(2): pp. 25-26. Learn More
  7. Sausage Making at the Bureau of Labor Statistics - or - What Do They Put Into All Those Compensation and Earnings Measures?

    Sausage Making at the Bureau of Labor Statistics - or - What Do They Put Into All Those Compensation and Earnings Measures?

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    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) collects and categorizes a prodigious amount of data to provide measures of compensation or earnings for various industries, occupations, and demographic groups and sub-groups of the U.S. population through seven different BLS programs. These seven programs include the National Compensation Survey (NCS), the Current Employment Statistics survey (CES), the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW), the Current Population Survey (CPS), the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey (OES), the National Longitudinal Survey (NLS), the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CEX), and the Labor Productivity and Costs (LPC) measures derived from the Major Sector Productivity program and the Industry Productivity program. The aim of this note is to compare the component elements of four of these series and to show how earnings or compensation growth measured over the 19821-2012 1 period varies among them. The four earnings series examined are from the National Compensation Survey (NCS), the Current Employment Statistics survey (CES), the Current Population Survey (CPS), and the Labor Productivity and Costs (LPC) program. Of these series four series, twohree provide measures of earnings, and one,and two provide the LPC program, measures of compensation . Learn More
  8. The Economic Grounds of Alimony: Evidence from French Divorce Court Decisions

    The Economic Grounds of Alimony: Evidence from French Divorce Court Decisions

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    Myriam Doriat-Duban and Cecile Bourreau-Dubois. (2013). The Economic Grounds of Alimony: Evidence from French Divorce Court Decisions. Journal of Legal Economics 19(2): pp. 1-24. Learn More
  9. The Logistic Curve and the Logistic Probability Distribution

    The Logistic Curve and the Logistic Probability Distribution

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    James E. Ciecka. (2013). The Logistic Curve and the Logistic Probability Distribution. Journal of Legal Economics 19(2): pp. 83-96. Learn More
  10. The Pre-Injury Earnings Base

    The Pre-Injury Earnings Base

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    Stephen M. Renas.(2013). The Pre-Injury Earnings Base. Journal of Legal Economics 19(2): pp. 65-76. Learn More

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