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  1.  How Economists can help in litigation involving personal injury, death or discrimination: Additional comments and suggestions for analysis
  2. Estimating the present value of pensions: Why different estimators get varying results

    Estimating the present value of pensions: Why different estimators get varying results

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    v2i3: pp. 49-62 Michael A Stoller Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1992 Learn More
  3. Full Journal of Legal Economics Volume 2 Issue 3
  4. The importance of the selection process in maintaining expert credibility: A guideline for choosing the economist
  5. The lessons of law and economics

    The lessons of law and economics

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    v2i3: pp. 103-130 Thomas S Ulen Misc-Not classified 1992 Learn More
  6. The recent state of antitrust enforcement activity

    The recent state of antitrust enforcement activity

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    v2i3: pp. 25-48 Anthony Greco Antitrust 1992 Learn More
  7. The use of multivariate selection models in fair employment litigation

    The use of multivariate selection models in fair employment litigation

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    v2i3: pp. 13-24 Michael J Piette; Douglas G Sauer Employment 1992 Learn More

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