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Below is a listing of  articles written by the Economists at Sobel Tinari Economics Group.

  • “Household Services: An Economist’s Approach to Calculating the Market Value of Replacement Services,” Kristin Kucsma, co-authored with Kenneth Betz, prepared for the Eastern Economic Association Conference, Boston, MA, March 2018.
  • “Loss of Services Calculations Should Not Incorporate a Personal Consumption Deduction,” Kristin Kucsma, co-authored with Frank D. Tinari, The National Association of Forensic Economics Newsletter, The Forecast, November 2017, pp. 9-11.
  • “Valuation of Services Provided by Family Members: Focus on On-Call Services,” Kristin Kucsma, presented at the Eastern Economic Association Conference, New York, New York, February 25, 2017.
  • “Predictors of Performance in Introductory Finance: Variables within and beyond the Student’s Control,” Kenneth Betz, co-authored with Fred Englander and Zhaobo Wang, Higher Education Studies, Volume 5, No. 4 (2015), pp. 119-130.
  • How to Distinguish Between a Forensic Economist and an Accountant and Why it Matters When Evaluating Economic Damages,” Kristin Kucsma, The New Jersey Law Journal, 2014 How-To Guide.
  • “How to Make Sure Your Economic Expert is Prepared for Cross-Examination,” Kristin Kucsma, The New Jersey Law Journal, 2013 How-To Guide
  • “Valuing Non-Wage Compensation of Private Sector Labor Union Workers in the Construction Trades,” Frank D. Tinari and Kenneth T. Betz, Journal of Forensic Economics, 24(2), October 2013, pp. 205-220.
  • “How Your Economist Can Help You Value Damages in a Rule 50A Medical Malpractice Case”, Frank D. Tinari, Ph.D. and Stephen B. Levinson, Ph.D., Bill of Particulars, New York State Trial Lawyers Institute, Vol. II, 2010, pp. 68-6
  • “A Preliminary and Simplified Method for Establishing the Personal Consumption Deduction from Decedent-Only Earnings,” Stephen Levinson with Frank D. Tinari, Ph.D., presented at the Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference, National Association of Forensic Economics session, New York City, February 26, 2011.
  • “Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of New Jersey”, Frank D. Tinari, Ph.D. and Kristin K. Kucsma, M.A., Journal of Forensic Economics, Volume 21, Issue 2, June 2010, pp. 219-234.
  • “Is Affordable Housing the Remedy to Perceived Discrimination Against Immigrants?” Kristin K. Kucsma and Frank D. Tinari, prepared for the Community Forum on Immigration and Education Issues, convened by the New Jersey State Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, May 2009.
  • “New Jersey’s Council on Affordable Housing Research is Full of Shortcomings,” Kristin K. Kucsma and Frank D. Tinari, Newark Star-Ledger, April 1, 2009.
  • “Companionship, Advice, and Counsel Services”, Frank D. Tinari, Ph.D. and Kristin K. Kucsma M.A., Section 640 of Chapter 6, The Value of Household Services, Determining Economic Damages, by Gerald D. Martin, Ph.D., Costa Mesa, CA: James Publishing, Inc., July 2008, pp. 6-7 – 6-11.

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