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  1.  Hedonic damages: Concepts, measurements, and problems

    Hedonic damages: Concepts, measurements, and problems

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    v1i2: pp. 58-65 Anthony L Liuzzo Hedonic Damages 1991 Learn More
  2.  How economists can help in litigation involving personal injury, death, or discrimination.

    How economists can help in litigation involving personal injury, death, or discrimination.

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    v1i1: pp. 67-80 Reuben E Slesinger Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1991 Learn More
  3. Achieving optimality in wrongful death awards

    Achieving optimality in wrongful death awards

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    v1i2: pp. 31-37 Jennings B Marshall; John T Lee Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1991 Learn More
  4. Alternative methods of appraising the destruction of earning power

    Alternative methods of appraising the destruction of earning power

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    v1i3: pp. 90-94 Gilbert L Mathis Personal Injury and wrongful death| Base Earnings 1991 Learn More
  5. An analysis of recent trends in determinants of earnings

    An analysis of recent trends in determinants of earnings

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    v1i3: pp. 79-89 Javed Ashraf Earnings Growth 1991 Learn More
  6. Antitrust conspiracy: The economist's role in detection prevention and relief

    Antitrust conspiracy: The economist's role in detection prevention and relief

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    v1i1: pp. 19-34 Henry Einhorn; Hays Gorey Jr Antitrust 1991 Learn More
  7. Assessing lost earning capacity for an injured minor.

    Assessing lost earning capacity for an injured minor.

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    v1i3: pp. 95-103 Perry B. Woodside, Donald Wiggings, John J. Venn Personal Injury and wrongful death, Medical Cost 1991 Learn More
  8. Business valuations: Constraints imposed by divorce

    Business valuations: Constraints imposed by divorce

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    v1i3: pp. 7-21 William Cenker, Carl Monastra Business Valuation 1991 Learn More
  9. Calculating the personal expenditure deduction in wrongful death awards

    Calculating the personal expenditure deduction in wrongful death awards

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    v1i1: pp. 5-10 Thomas O Depperschmidt Personal Injury and wrongful death| Personal Consumption 1991 Learn More
  10. Calculating the value of a closely held firm

    Calculating the value of a closely held firm

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    v1i3: pp.1-6 Gary R Albrecht Business Valuation and Lost Profits 1991 Learn More
  11. Determination of tax adjusted lost income awards

    Determination of tax adjusted lost income awards

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    v1i1: pp. 11-18 Edward P Markowski; Edward M Cross Personal Injury and wrongful death| Taxes 1991 Learn More
  12. Determination of tax adjusted lost income awards: Reply

    Determination of tax adjusted lost income awards: Reply

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    v1i3: pp.103-104 Edward P Markowski; Edward M Cross Personal Injury and wrongful death, taxes 1991 Learn More
  13. Determination of tax-adjusted lost income awards: Comment

    Determination of tax-adjusted lost income awards: Comment

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    v1i2: pp. 99-100 Joseph Benich Personal Injury and wrongful death| Taxes 1991 Learn More
  14. Does economic testimony affect damage awards?

    Does economic testimony affect damage awards?

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    v1i1: pp. 43-50 Robert R Trout Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1991 Learn More
  15. Economics and antitrust litigation

    Economics and antitrust litigation

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    v1i2: pp. 74-86 R .D. Peterson Antitrust 1991 Learn More
  16. Estimating decedents' consumption expenditures in wrongful death actions: Some refinements

    Estimating decedents' consumption expenditures in wrongful death actions: Some refinements

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    v1i2: pp. 94-98 Ronald A Dulaney Personal Injury and wrongful death| Personal Consumption 1991 Learn More
  17. Evaluating household services and other nonmarket production

    Evaluating household services and other nonmarket production

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    v1i1: pp. 63-66 Keith L Larimore Personal Injury and wrongful death| Household Services 1991 Learn More
  18. Forecasting the earnings of a partially disabled individual

    Forecasting the earnings of a partially disabled individual

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    v1i2: pp. 50-57 Gary R Albrecht Personal Injury and wrongful death| Base Earnings 1991 Learn More
  19. Forensic discount rates

    Forensic discount rates

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    v1i3: pp. 40-53 Roy F Gilbert Interest (Discount) Rates & PV 1991 Learn More
  20. Forensic economics and the hedonic value of life

    Forensic economics and the hedonic value of life

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    v1i2: pp. 12-30 Charles C Fischer Hedonic Damages 1991 Learn More

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