Upcoming events

    • 18 Nov 2018
    • 20 Nov 2018
    • Washington, DC

    Southern Economic Association 88th Annual Meeting

    Washington, D.C. – Nov. 18-20, 2018

    Conference Information:

    www.southerneconomic.org/conference/

    Hotel: Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C.

    Hotel Link: https://www.southerneconomic.org/ accommodations-4/

    We have three sessions organized which include four presentations by federal employees with respect to income, forecasting, health and other data that we use, and five papers on timely issues in forensic economics. For further information on program participation please contact Gil Mathis.

    November 18

    NAFE Session I: 8:00 AM – 9:45 AM

    Chair: Mark A. Weinstein,

    Team Economics, LLC

    “Assessing Economic Damages in Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Cases in D.C.”

    Presented by: Jerome S. Paige, Subdoh Mathur and Richard Lockley, Jerome S. Paige & Associates, LLC

    Discussant: Michael L. Brookshire, Brookshire

    Barrett & Associates, LLC

    Analysis of the National Health Expenditure Price Projections

    Presented by: Sean P. Keehan, Economist, Office of the Actuary, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

    Measuring Antitrust Damages in the Presence of Foreign Government Regulation”

    Presented by: Pian Chen, Principle Economist, and David D’Auria, Research Analyst, Monument Economics Group

    Discussant: Steven J. Shapiro, New York Institute of Technology

    NAFE Session II: 10:00AM – 11:45 AM

    Chair: Craig A. Allen, FCAS

    Analysis of Economic Variables that Underline CBO’s Long-Term Budget Outlook

    Presented by: Jeffrey F. Werling, Assistant Director, Macroeconomic Analysis Division, Congressional Budget Office

    U.S. Life Table Program: Moving into the Future

    Presented by: Elizabeth Arias, Director, US

    Life Table Program, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC

    Earnings by Educational Attainment using the Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASCE)

    Presented by: Jessica Semega, Survey Statistician, U.S. Census Bureau

    NAFE Session III: 1:00- 2:45 PM

    Chair: A. Frank Adams, III, Adams Economic Consulting, LLC

    “Thoughts on Choosing A Pre-Judgment Interest Rate for Reparations Calculations – A Forensic Economics Approach”

    Presented by: Joel N. Morse, University of Baltimore

    Discussant: Marc A. Weinstein,

    Team Economics, LLC

    “Modelling the Impact of Recidivism on Worklife Expectancy”

    Presented by: Michael L. Nieswiadomy,

    University of North Texas

    Discussant: Adam Looney, The Brookings Institution

    “Work and Opportunity Before and After Incarceration”

    Presented by: Adam Looney, Senior Fellow in Economic Studies, The Brookings Institution

    Discussant: Michael L. Nieswiadomy,

    University of North Texas

    For further information on program participation please contact Gil Mathis at: gil.mathis@murraystate.edu or (270) 809-4283.

    Gilbert Mathis (gil.mathis@murraystate.edu)

    (270) 809-4283

    Vice President – Southern Region


    • 04 Jan 2019
    • 08 Jan 2019
    • Atlanta, Georgia

    ALLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION – ANNUAL CONFERENCE ATLANTA, GEORGIA

    Atlanta Marriott Marquis January 4-6, 2019

    Conference Organizers:

    David G. Tucek, Value Economics LLC (david.tucek@valueeconomics.com)

    Scott Dale Gilbert, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (gilberts@siu.edu)

    Session 1: Stationarity Tests and Margin of Error in Forensic Economics

    (2:30pm-4:30pm on Friday, January 4th)

    Session Chair: William G. Brandt, Brandt Forensic Economics (bill@brandtforensiceconomics.com) “Stationarity Tests on Medical Net Discount Rates”

    Robert Baumann, College of the Holy Cross (rbaumann@holycross.edu) David Schap, College of the Holy Cross (dschap@holycross.edu)

    Discussant:  David Tucek

    “Stationarity of Equity Risk Premiums Derived from Duff and Phelps SBBI Data” Steven J. Shapiro, New York Institute of Technology (sshapi01@nyit.edu) Stephen Horner, Consulting Economist (smh@economicconsulting.com)

    Discussant:  Scott Gilbert

    “The Margin of Error on Damages Calculations in Class Action Wage and Hour Cases” Jeffrey S. Petersen, Allman & Petersen Economics, LLC (jeff@allmaneconomics.com) Phillip H. Allman, Allman & Petersen Economics, LLC (phil@allmaneconomics.com) Discussant:  Dwight Steward

    Session 2: Retirement and Bequest Issues in Forensic Economics

    (8:00am-10:00am on Saturday, January 5th.)

    Session Chair: Christina P. Tapia, Northwest Economics (christina@nweconomics.com) “Retirement Patterns of the Early and Middle Baby Boomers”

    Kevin E. Cahill, The Center on Aging & Work at Boston College (cahillkc@bc.edu)

    Discussant:  Gregg Erickson

    “Pension Treatment Under the Collateral Source Rule”

    Joseph I. Rosenberg, Joseph I. Rosenberg, CFA, LLC (jrosenberg123@gmail.com)

    Discussant:  James D. Rodgers

    “Legal Malpractice Damages Arising from Probate Matters”

    Craig Allen, Commonwealth Research Group, Inc. (c.allen.fcas@gmail.com) Discussant: Constantine Boukidis


    Session 3: Accounting for Earnings Capacity and Worklife Expectancy

    (10:15am-12:15pm on Saturday, January 5th.)

    Session Chair: A. Frank Adams III, Adams Economic Consulting (afrankadams@gmail.com) “Earning Capacity in the Quantity Dimension: The State of the Science” Stephen Horner, Consulting Economist (smh@economicconsulting.com)

    Frank Slesnick, Bellarmine University (fslesnick@bellarmine.edu)

    Michele Angerstein-Gaines, Consulting Economist (mda@economicconsulting.com)

    Discussant:  William G. Brandt

    “An Econometric Model of Worklife Expectancy and Normative Retirement” Scott Dale Gilbert, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (gilberts@siu.edu)

    Discussant:  William Rogers

    “An Overview of Refinements to the SCK Worklife Methodology” Gary R. Skoog, Legal Econometrics, Inc. (gskoog@umich.edu) James E. Ciecka, DePaul University (jciecka@depaul.edu)

    Kurt V. Krueger, John Ward Economics (krueger@johnwardeconomics.com) Discussant:  Ed Foster

    Session 4: Special Topics in Forensic Economics

    (2:30pm-4:30pm on Saturday, January 5th.)

    Session Chair: Lane Hudgins, Lane Hudgins Analysis (lane@lh-analysis.com)

    “Business Strategy and Firm Location Decisions: Testing Traditional and Modern Methods” Patrick L. Anderson, Anderson Economic Group, (Panderson@andersoneconomicgroup.com)

    Discussant:  Frank Adams

    “Neutralizing the Adverse Effect of State and Federal Income Taxes (due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017) on Lump Sum Awards in Employment Cases”

    Michael Nieswiadomy, University of North Texas (michael.nieswiadomy@unt.edu) Thomas Loudat, Economic Consultant (tomloud@earthlink.net)

    Discussant:  Thomas Roney

    “Mitigating Future Economic Damages in Disputes Involving Credit Damages” Roman Garagulagian, Forensic Economic Services (Roman@Rule703.com) Discussant:  Lane Hudgins

    David Tucek

    (david.tucek@valueeconomics.com)

    & Scott Gilbert (gilberts@siu.edu)

    - Vice Presidents - At Large


    • 25 Jan 2019
    • 26 Jan 2019
    • San Juan, Puerto Rico
    2019 Annual NAFE Winter Meeting

    San Juan, Puerto Rico - Jan. 25-26, 2019

    Hotel: TBD

    The 2019 NAFE Winter Meeting will be on Friday, January 25, and Saturday, January 26, 2019. Please “save the dates” on your calendar. The Meeting location has not been finalized as of this date, but we are moving forward with plans to have the 2019 Winter Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

    Paper proposals and roundtable/panel discussion proposals are invited for four sessions, two each on Friday and Saturday mornings, January 25 and 26, 2019. Session Chairs and Discussants are also being sought for these sessions. In addition to paper presentation sessions, other sessions are planned on the topics of (a) recent case experiences, and (b) issues associated with running a forensic economics practice.

    Art Eubank (art@eubankeconomics.com) Charles Baum (baumeconomics@gmail.com)

    Meeting Organizers


    • 28 Feb 2019
    • 03 Mar 2019

    NAFE announces its call for papers for the Eastern Economic Association 2019 Conference in New York City.

    45th Annual Conference
    New York Sheraton Times Square | New York, NY
    Feb. 28–Mar. 3, 2019

     

    If you would like to submit a paper, please send a paper proposal to Christopher Young, Eastern VP NAFE, chris@redmapleeconomics.com.  Dates for submissions are as follows: 

     

    Early Paper Submission Deadline: Oct. 15, 2018
    Paper Submission Deadline: Dec. 1, 2018

     

    If you would like to organize a session, please send your proposal for the session to Chris chris@redmapleeconomics.com

     

    Organized Sessions Deadline: Oct. 15, 2018

     

    In addition to our normal sessions, this year we are soliciting authors/presenters who have a desire to present papers on ethics in forensic economics.  We are presently seeking three to four papers on this topic.  If you have a desire to submit a paper on this topic, please send a proposal to Chris Young, identifying that you have an interest in this panel. 

    Please note that the above dates also correspond with the submission dates for the Eastern Economic Association Annual Meeting, should you have a desire to submit additional papers there. 

    At this moment in time, the conference registration is not open on the EEA website, but you can book your hotel.  The hotel is the Sheraton New York City, Times Square.  Unfortunately, at this time the EEA has not provided any special information or link to register.  I have registered at the hotel directly and identified myself as a participant in the EEA conference.  There are many hotels in the area, some less expensive options should you desire to look elsewhere.  The EEA has provided the following deadlines.  As more information becomes available, I will share it with the NAFE membership.

    Conference Registration Deadline: Jan. 15, 2019
    Hotel Reservations Deadline: Feb. 1, 2019


    QUESTIONS:
    Please email 
    chris@redmapleeconomics.com or call at 347-522-0480.

    Wishing you all the best, and hoping to see you in New York,

    Chris Young


    • 25 May 2019
    • Évian-les-Bains, France
    16th Annual International Conference of the National Association of Forensic Economics

    Location: Évian-les-Bains, France Meeting Date: May 25 2019 Hotel: Not finalized

    More information regarding sessions to be held at the 2019 NAFE International Meeting in Évian-les-Bains, France will be available in upcoming issues of The

    Forecast. Please contact Jack Ward or Steve Shapiro if you are interested in attending or presenting at this meeting.

    John Ward (wardjo@umkc.edu)

    Steve Shapiro

    (sshapiro@analyticresources.com)

    Meeting Organizers


    • 29 Jun 2019
    • 30 Jun 2019
    • San Francisco, California
    94th Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association International

    Location: San Francisco, California Meeting Dates: June 28-July 2, 2019 NAFE Sessions Dates Requested:

    June 29-30, 2019

    Hotel: TBD

    Conference Information:

    http://www.weai.org/AC2018

    Please save the dates June 29-30, 2019 for the 94th Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association International to be held in San Francisco, California. NAFE will hold three sessions on each date June 29th (Saturday) and June 30th (Sunday) for a total of six sessions. Please contact Christina Tapia if you would like to present a paper or serve as a discussant at this meeting.

    Christina Tapia

    (christina@nweconomics.com)

    Vice President – Western Region


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