Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation - The State of Texas
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- 1. Explaining Changes in Wages and Income Inequality, 1979 to 2009
In the wake of the Great Recession and the Occupy Wall Street protests, and following the recent English-version publication of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century, income inequality has been the subject of much public discussion in the United States. In 2011, the Congressional Budget Office produced a report for the Senate Committee on Finance entitled “Changes in the Distribution of Workers’ Hourly Wages Between 1979 and 2009”. In this study, the CBO tracks wage levels and wage distribution, and offers some explanations for changes observed over time.
- 2. Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation - The State of Texas
An article published in the Journal of Forensic Economics describes the basic law and practice of determining economic damages in courts in the State of Texas. Although the article was written primarily for forensic economists it can serve as a good primer to attorneys or anyone seeking a foundational understanding of the Texas Rules of Evidence, relevant case law concerning scientific and technical evidence, as well as common practices applied by economists in computation of economic damages in personal injury and wrongful death cases.
- By Dr. Dale Boisso