A Reply to ‘‘Does the Vocational Economic Rationale Have Merit? – An Appraisal’’

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Lane Hudgins, Thomas R. Ireland, and Marc A. Weinstein. 2015. From the Editors of the ‘‘Reviews and Cases of Note’’ Section of the Journal of Legal Economics. Journal of Legal Economics 21(2): p. 109
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This paper responds to Nora Ostrofe’s paper ‘‘Does the Vocational Economic Rationale Have Merit? – An Appraisal.’’ The general format and flow of Ostrofe’s paper is followed in addressing the specific issues underlying her appraisal. Ostrofe’s article presents her opinions and interpretations as facts, and by doing so, much of what she says is simply in error, inaccurate, or misleading. This paper responds to her criticisms of the Vocational Economic Rationale and the inaccurate statements that are contained in her article. Includes: From the Editors of the ‘‘Reviews and Cases of Note’’ Section of the Journal of Legal Economics Editors: Lane Hudgins, Thomas R. Ireland, and Marc A. Weinstein.
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Authors Joseph T. Crouse, Ph.D.
Classification Life and Work Life Expectancy, Misc-Not classified
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