A guide for lawyers, judges and valuation professionals in determining economic losses in a number of settings.
The field of forensic economics is a rapidly changing sub-discipline in economics, perhaps best reflected by the increasingly common inclusion of economists as expert witnesses in courtroom settings. You will learn to process and understand expert evidence from the discipline of economics.
This book provides a detailed examination of the art and ....
Review The Journal of Economics - July 13, 1998
In all, Guides should be useful to its intended audience of judges and lawyers. The modules are expert, well written, and fairly review the various issues involved in these types of case. This publication should also be useful to even the most experienced forensic economist.
Review By: L. Burke, Files, Financial Examinations & Evaluations, Inc. - May 13, 2003
The book is clearly written and thoughtfully presented. It contains pertinent information for those practitioners who litigate cases that involve more than a simple contract receivable and for those business people who have or could face losses. It is also an important read for any risk manager or insurance executive with claims responsibility.
Review Journal of Forensic Economics - May 13, 2003
Overall, this volume is a very useful reference for judges, attorneys, and practitioners. The authors present essential concepts clearly and succinctly; and, where there is controversy among forensic economists, the authors successfully present divergent points of views in an unbiased manner.