Overview of data needed by the economist

AuthorStanley P. Stephenson/David A. Macpherson
Pages85-110
DATA NEEDED BY
THE ECONOMIST
2-1
CHAPTER 2
OVERVIEW OF DATA NEEDED
BY THE ECONOMIST
§200 IN GENERAL
§210 DEMOGRAPHIC DATA
§211 Race, Sex, Date of Birth, Date of Incident, and Date of Trial
§212 Education
§213 Health History
§214 Occupational History
§215 Income History
§216 The Unemployed Plaintiff
§217 Household Services
§218 Family Composition
§219 Personal Consumption
§220 MEDICALLY RELATED DATA
§221 Funeral, Burial, and Medical Expenses
§222 Attendant Care and Nursing Homes
§230 LIFE AND WORKLIFE EXPECTANCY AND TIME TO TRIAL
§240 EARNINGS GROWTH RATES AND INTEREST RATES
§250 OCCUPATIONAL EARNINGS
§260 STATISTICAL DATA
§261 Tax Rates and Adjustments
§262 Obtaining Government Data
List: Regional Government Depositories
List: Government Agency Addresses
§263 Obtaining Union Data and Contracts
§270 THE ECONOMIST’S PERSONAL LIBRARY
§271 Readings in Current Research
§272 The Journal of Forensic Economics
§273 The Journal of Legal Economics
§274 The Litigation Economics Digest
§275 The Earnings Analyst
DATA NEEDED BY
THE ECONOMIST
Determining Economic Damages 2-2
§280 CHECKLISTS FOR OBTAINING DATA
Checklist: Information to Be Provided by the Attorney
Checklist: Information to Be Provided by the Economist
§281 Sample Questionnaires
Sample: Personal Injury Questionnaire
Sample: Wrongful Death Questionnaire
Sample: Wrongful Birth/Life Questionnaire
Sample: Wrongful Termination Questionnaire
Sample: Addendum: Legal Considerations
§281.1 Specialized Questionnaires
Sample: Combined Questionnaire
Sample: Household Service Value Questionnaire
§281.2 New State Questionnaire
§290 THE PROPER ORDER: PLAINTIFF OR DEFENDANT?

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