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  1.  Loss of business profits, risk, and the appropriate discount rate

    Loss of business profits, risk, and the appropriate discount rate

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    v4i3: pp. 27-42 James E Meyer; Patrick Fitzgerald; Mostafa Moini; Business Valuation and Lost Profits 1994 Learn More
  2. A double counting problem in estimating lost future earning capacity.

    A double counting problem in estimating lost future earning capacity.

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    v4i2: pp. 73-79 Martin D Bierne; Sigmund A Horvitz; James E McNerney; Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1994 Learn More
  3. A survey of the structure and duration of time periods for lost earnings calculations

    A survey of the structure and duration of time periods for lost earnings calculations

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    v4i2: pp. 39-50 James E Ciecka Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1994 Learn More
  4. Comment: Valuation of vested pension benefits

    Comment: Valuation of vested pension benefits

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    v4i1: pp. 83-85 Robert R Trout Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1994 Learn More
  5. Determining an optimal rule for lost income compensation

    Determining an optimal rule for lost income compensation

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    v4i3: pp. 63-72 John Wald Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1994 Learn More
  6. Establishing upper and lower limits for settlement negotiations in Rule 10b-5 class action litigation.
  7. Estimates of earnings growth rates based on earnings profiles

    Estimates of earnings growth rates based on earnings profiles

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    v4i2: pp. 1-17 Roy F Gilbert Personal Injury and wrongful death| Earnings Growth 1994 Learn More
  8. Expert witness services: Selection criteria and pitfalls

    Expert witness services: Selection criteria and pitfalls

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    v4i1: pp. 61-74 Wayne Bremser; Edward J Mathis Misc-Not classified 1994 Learn More
  9. Income taxes and economic damages

    Income taxes and economic damages

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    v4i2: pp. 51-63 Brian C Brush; Breeden Charles H Personal Injury and wrongful death| Taxes 1994 Learn More
  10. Is there an advantage in using time-series to forecast lost earnings?

    Is there an advantage in using time-series to forecast lost earnings?

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    v4i3: pp. 43-53 George A Schieren Employment 1994 Learn More
  11. Methodological issues: Interest rate and wage growth forecasting

    Methodological issues: Interest rate and wage growth forecasting

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    v4i3: pp. 55-61 Frank Lawlis; Robert Male Personal Injury and wrongful death| Interest (Discount) Rates & PV 1994 Learn More
  12. On using minimum-cost portfolios to determine  present value

    On using minimum-cost portfolios to determine present value

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    v4i1: pp. 47-59 George A Schieren Misc-Not classified 1994 Learn More
  13. Projecting the benefits of earning capacity

    Projecting the benefits of earning capacity

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    v4i3: pp. 73-83 William F Landsea Personal Injury and wrongful death| Base Earnings 1994 Learn More
  14. Projecting the lost future economic contribution of a female child: Refining income data to reflect true losses

    Projecting the lost future economic contribution of a female child: Refining income data to reflect true losses

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    v4i2: pp. 19-37 Thomas R Ireland; Anne E Winkler Personal Injury and wrongful death| Base Earnings 1994 Learn More
  15. Testing for antitrust market definition under the federal government guidelines
  16. The application of hedonic models to personal Injury litigation

    The application of hedonic models to personal Injury litigation

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    v4i3: pp. 13-26 Roy F Gilbert Personal Injury and wrongful death| Hedonic Damages 1994 Learn More
  17. The econometrics of 'Fraud-on-the-Market' securities fraud

    The econometrics of 'Fraud-on-the-Market' securities fraud

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    v4i1: pp. 11-45 Charles H Steen Misc-Not classified 1994 Learn More
  18. The Economics of Breach of Contract Litigation: A case Study

    The Economics of Breach of Contract Litigation: A case Study

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    v4i2: pp. 89-97 Robert O'Haver: The Economics of Breach of Contract Litigation: A case Study Learn More
  19. Unintended consequences and perverse effects in forensic economic award calculations

    Unintended consequences and perverse effects in forensic economic award calculations

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    v4i2: pp. 65-72 Thomas O Depperschmidt Personal Injury and wrongful death| Fringe Benefits 1994 Learn More
  20. Using new labor force participation rates when computing economic damage and loss: A methodological note

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