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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
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  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Using new labor force participation rates when computing economic damage and loss: A methodological note

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