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  1. An empirical walk down valuation way: Are the valuation methods of closely held companies chosen by the courts a function of the type of case and level of court?
  2. Club participation: Effects of future household earnings potential

    Club participation: Effects of future household earnings potential

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    v13i2: pp. 45-76 Pamela Morris Personal Injury and wrongful death| Earnings Growth 2006 Learn More
  3. Comment: The Valuation of the loss of future pension income

    Comment: The Valuation of the loss of future pension income

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    v13i1: pp. 119-128 Richard Raymond Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 2003 Learn More
  4. Compensation and wrongful life: A positive economic perspective

    Compensation and wrongful life: A positive economic perspective

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    v13i2: pp. 1-18 Valerie Harrant; Stephanie Powers Personal Injury and wrongful death| Base Earnings 2006 Learn More
  5. Damages under wrongful death statutes: The relevancy of a survivor�s nation of residency

    Damages under wrongful death statutes: The relevancy of a survivor�s nation of residency

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    v13i3: pp. 65-74 Tyler J Bowles Personal Injury and wrongful death| Misc-Not classified 2006 Learn More
  6. Do productivity gains result in increases in earnings?

    Do productivity gains result in increases in earnings?

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    v13i3: pp. 1-18 Michelle Casario; Gerard T Olson Personal Injury and wrongful death| Earnings Growth 2006 Learn More
  7. Further Comment: The valuation of the loss of future pension income

    Further Comment: The valuation of the loss of future pension income

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    v13i2: pp. 97-100 Boyd Fjeldsted Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 2006 Learn More
  8. Professional fees with collaborative divorce resolution: The evidence to date

    Professional fees with collaborative divorce resolution: The evidence to date

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    v13i3: pp. 75-88 Anthony J Greco Misc-Not classified 2006 Learn More
  9. Reply: The valuation of the loss of future pension income

    Reply: The valuation of the loss of future pension income

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    v13i2: pp. 97-100 Barry Ben-Zion Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 2006 Learn More
  10. Starting Salaries of College Graduates

    Starting Salaries of College Graduates

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    v13i2: pp. 79-96 Kent Gilbreath; Stephanie Powers Personal Injury and wrongful death| Base Earnings 2006 Learn More
  11. The valuation of employee stock options issued by closely held firms

    The valuation of employee stock options issued by closely held firms

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    v13i2: pp. 19- 44 Sean F Reid; Matthew l O'Connor; Steven J Shapiro; Business Valuation and Lost Profits 2006 Learn More
  12. Using Census Bureau calculations of median earnings to infer age-earnings profiles: A cautionary note

    Using Census Bureau calculations of median earnings to infer age-earnings profiles: A cautionary note

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    v13i3: pp. 19-38 Frank Hachman; Boyd Feldsted Personal Injury and wrongful death| Earnings Growth 2006 Learn More

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