An Agenda for Future Research in Forensic Economics
Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM (PDT)
- Chair: Steven J. Shapiro, New York Institute of Technology
An Agenda for Future Research in Forensic Economics – Topics from NAFE Surveys
AbstractFor more than 25 years I have co-authored 10 surveys of NAFE members concerning a variety of topics, including areas they believe further research should be undertaken. This paper will summarize answers to this survey question as a helpful guide for researchers in forensic economics. In addition, I will propose some additional topics that I believe need to be examined.
An Agenda for Future Research in Forensic Economics: New Approaches to Viewing Controversial Topics
AbstractFrom the vantage point of being a current editor of the Journal of Forensic Economics, this paper argues for a research agenda that is intended to fill in gaps in the body of literature that have developed in forensic economics. This paper makes suggestions for research that will help damages experts who are attempting to make intellectually honest efforts in advising factfinders about appropriate measures of damages.
- K2 - Regulation and Business Law
- K4 - Legal Procedure, the Legal System, and Illegal Behavior