National Association of Forensic Economics

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National Association of Forensic Economics
Promoting the advancement of forensic economics

 

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What is Forensic Economics? 

Forensic economics is the scientific discipline that applies economic theories and methods to matters within a legal framework. Forensic economics covers, but is not limited to: 

  • The calculation of pecuniary damages in personal and commercial litigation. 

  • The analysis of liability, such as the statistical analysis of discrimination, the analysis of market power in antitrust disputes, and fraud detection. 

  • Other matters subject to legal review, such as public policy analysis, and business, property, and asset valuation. 

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The Mission of the National Association of Forensic Economics 

The National Association of Forensic Economics is an organization for the advancement and exchange of research and methods in the field of forensic economics. In support of this mission, NAFE publishes the peer reviewed Journal of Forensic Economics; sponsors academic and professional sessions at international, national, and regional meetings of economists; and maintains the NAFE Statement of Ethical Principles/Principles of Professional Practice (SEP/PPP). 

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Items of Interest about the National Association of Forensic Economics

 

 

Mark your calendar for the 2023 meeting of the American Economic Association. The ASSA will meet January 6 to 8 in New Orleans. Learn more about this educational opportunity HERE.

 

Review the latest edition of NAFE's member newsletter, The Forecast! In this edition, you will find the results of The Forecast's first-ever readers survey. You can find it HERE.