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Assessing family loss in wrongful death litigation : the special roles of lost services and personal consumption

Author: Thomas R Ireland; Thomas O Depperschmidt
Publisher: Tucson, AZ : Lawyers & Judges Pub. Co., ©1999.
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Assessing family loss in wrongful death litigation.
Tucson, AZ : Lawyers & Judges Pub. Co., ©1999
(OCoLC)760122022
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas R Ireland; Thomas O Depperschmidt
ISBN: 0913875597 9780913875599
OCLC Number: 40646475
Description: ix, 611 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: An economist's framework for assessing family loss in wrongful death litigation / by Thomas R. Ireland and Thomas O. Depperschmidt --
Toward a utility-based theory of loss in wrongful death cases / by Eli Schwartz and Robert Thornton --
Economic loss in the case of a full-time mother and homemaker : when lost services are the only pecuniary loss / by Thomas R. Ireland --
Should personal consumption and lost services be based on expected earnings or earnings capacity? / by Thomas R. Ireland --
Introduction to Part I: Understanding and measuring lost nonmarket (household) services / by Thomas R. Ireland --
Opportunity cost versus replacement cost in a lost service analysis for a wrongful death action / by Thomas R. Ireland --
Evaluation of homemaker services : replacement cost, opportunity cost or something else? / by J. Thomas Romans and Frederick G. Floss --
Which estimates of household production are best? / by John B. Douglass, Genevieve M. Kenney and Ted R. Miller --
Which estimates of household production are best? : a comment / by Richard Raymond --
The role of the husband/father in household output / by Harvey Paul --
Market valuation of household production / by Ronald A. Dulaney, John H. Fitzgerald, Matthew S. Swenson and John H. Wicks --
Replacement cost valuation of production by homemakers : conceptual questions and measurement problems / by Thomas R. Ireland and John O. Ward --
valuing homemaker production by implied opportunity cost : using a family human capital methodology / by Thomas R. Ireland --
Evaluating the estimated value of marital-labor input : application of the professional human capital methodology / by Jay T. Brandi --
Measuring household production : Methodological considerations and current practice / by Charles C. Fischer --
Household labor in hours by family type / by David H. Ciscel and David C. Sharp --
Estimating hours of lost household production using time-use data : a caution / by Daphne T. Greenwood --
The theory of home production : the past ten years / by Reuben Gronau --
Broadening the measurement of household services in wrongful death cases / by Frank D. Tinari --
Compensable nonmarket services in wrongful death litigation : a conceptual evaluation based on legal standards / by Thomas R. Ireland --
The problem of valuing emotional services : an analysis of legal and economic criteria / by Gerald W. Olson and James D. Rodgers --
The economic value of parental guidance / by Thomas L. Wyrick --
Maximizing recovery in FELA wrongful death actions / by William G. Jungbauer and Mark J. Odegard --
A qualitative assessment of loss in the family system / by Pauline Boss --
Analysis of the replacement costs for goods and services provided by Jane Smith, decedent, for her adoptive children / by Penelope Caragonne --
Direct testimony of Pauline Boss, Ph.D, Family Expert, in Saatzer v. General Motors Corporation --
Differences between personal consumption and maintenance standards / by Thomas O. Depperschmidt --
How the treatment of lost services affects measurement of personal consumption / by Thomas R. Ireland --
The uneasy case for the personal maintenance deduction / by Robert J. Thornton and Eli Schwartz --
Calculating the personal expenditure deduction in wrongful death awards / by Thomas O. Depperschmidt --
The rationale and quantitative evidence for the personal consumption offset in wrongful death actions / by W. Cris Lewis --
Defining the basis of decedent's personal consumption in wrongful death litigation : personal or family earnings / by John O. Ward --
Why the basis of decedent's personal consumption should be family income / by Robert Trout --
Issues determining the basis for the personal consumption deduction / by Thomas R. Ireland --
Estimating personal consumption costs in wrongful death cases / by Robert T. Patton and David M. Nelson --
Patton-Nelson personal consumption tables updated / by Walter K. Lierman, Robert T. Patton and David M. Nelson --
Estimating a decedent's consumption in wrongful death cases / by Robert R. Trout and Carroll B. Foster --
The questionable reasonableness of Trout and Foster's method of estimating a decedent's consumption in wrongful death cases : a comment / by William Landsea --
Estimating a decedent's consumption in wrongful death cases : a reply / by Robert R. Trout and Carroll B. Foster --
Estimating personal expenditure deductions in multi-income families in cases of wrongful death / by Melvin W. Harju and Clarence H. Adams --
Some considerations regarding the personal expenditure deduction in one-person households / by Parker Cashdollar --
Personal consumption during retirement in wrongful death analysis / by Shik C. Young --
Estimating decedents' consumption expenditures in wrongful death actions : some refinements / by Ronald A. Dulaney --
Estimating personal consumption of a deceased family member / by Roy A. Gilbert --
Determination of personal consumption expenditures in fatal accident actions : a note / by Christopher Bruce --
Self-consumption allowances, family size and family structure / by James E. Ciecka --
Some new estimates of self-consumption allowances using service flows / by James Ciecka, Seth Epstein, and Peter Ciecka --
Making operational the concept of "maintenance consumption" / by James D. Rodgers and Robert J. Thornton --
A reality check on decedent's consumption : a comment / by David D. Jones --
A law and economics perspective on the personal consumption deduction in wrongful death litigation / by Thomas O. Depperschmidt
Responsibility: edited by Thomas R. Ireland and Thomas O. Depperschmidt.

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