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Developments in Litigation Economics Vol: 87

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14 Dec 2005
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
336 pages - 156 x 234 x 19mm
Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis


This book is a collection of original articles on recent developments in the rapidly growing field of litigation economics, also called forensic economics. The book spans the more popular areas of litigation economics including: personal-injury economic loss analysis, commercial damages analysis securities litigation, punitive damages, employment litigation and intellectual property litigation. The authors of the articles are respected leaders in their fields. This series: includes titles covering a wide range of topics within the fields of economics and finance. It is international in scope, and serves as an invaluable reference for those interested in these fields.
1. Introduction (P.Gaughan, R.Thornton). 2. The forensic economics of medical monitoring damages in the United States. (G.A. Barrett, M.L. Brookshire). 3. Securities fraud damages. (B. Cornell, J.I. Hirshleifer, J. N. Haut). 4. Recent developments in the analysis of employment practices. (J.G. Haworth, J.R.Thornton, P.F.White). 5. The calculation and use of retirement age statistics A recap since 1970. (T.Hunt, J. Pickersgill, H. Rutemiller). 6. Recent developments in the measurement of labor market activity. (G.R. Skoog, J.E. Ciecka). 7. Research and practice issues in personal injury and wrongful death damages analysis. (F. Slesnick, J. Payne, R. Thornton). 8. Economics and economists in merger antitrust enforcement (L. J. White). 9.The economics of punitive damages. Post State Farm v. Campbell (P.A. Gaughan). 10. New developments in business valuation (P. L. Anderson). 11. Estimating economic loss for the multiple business (C. Foster, R. Trout).

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