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

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

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    v2i1: pp. 91-96 Michael J Piette; Charles T Haworth Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1992 Learn More
  2.  How economists can help in litigation involving personal injury, death, or discrimination: Response

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

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    v2i1: pp. 97-98 Reuben E Slesinger Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1992 Learn More
  3. Calculating the present value of future fringe benefits: What net discount rate to use.

    Calculating the present value of future fringe benefits: What net discount rate to use.

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    v2i1: pp. 55-66 Wolfgang Franz; Frank Maglietti; Clint Kalich; Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1992 Learn More
  4. Evaluating the estimated value of marital-Labor Input: Application of the professional human capital methodology

    Evaluating the estimated value of marital-Labor Input: Application of the professional human capital methodology

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    v2i1: pp. 37-48 Jay T Brandi Personal Injury and wrongful death| Life and Work Life Expectancy 1992 Learn More
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  6. Measuring household production: Methodological considerations and current practice

    Measuring household production: Methodological considerations and current practice

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    v2i1: pp. 15-32 Charles C. Fischer Personal Injury and wrongful death, Household Services 1992 Learn More
  7. Minority discounts and control premiums: A synthesis

    Minority discounts and control premiums: A synthesis

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    v2i1: pp. 17-24 Robert R Trout Business Valuation 1992 Learn More
  8. On the integrity of forensic economics

    On the integrity of forensic economics

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    v2i1: pp. 67-84 Thomas O Depperschmidt Misc-Not classified 1992 Learn More
  9. Shareholder supplied funds: Debt or equity.

    Shareholder supplied funds: Debt or equity.

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    v2i1: pp. 1-16 Jerome S Osteryoung; Kirk Brown; Mark Henniger; Business Valuation and Lost Profits 1992 Learn More
  10. Some methodological problems with the justice  department merger guidelines

    Some methodological problems with the justice department merger guidelines

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    v2i1: pp. 85-90 William P Jennings Misc-Not classified 1991 Learn More
  11. Why hedonic measures are irrelevant to wrongful death litigation.

    Why hedonic measures are irrelevant to wrongful death litigation.

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    v2i1: pp. 49-54 Thomas R Ireland; Walter D Johnson; James D Rodgers; Personal Injury and wrongful death| Hedonic Damages 1992 Learn More

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