Presentations

“How to Use the Ordered Probit Model for Next Generation Educational Attainment for a Minor Child” Eastern Economics Association 40th Annual Conference, March 8, 2014, Boston Mass.

“Mean vs. Median Statistical Earnings: ACS vs. CPS”  Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings, with the National Association of Forensic Economics, January 3, 2014, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

“An Application of the Next Generation Educational Attainment Model for a Minor Child” American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts, March 21, 2013, Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Educational Attainment Model for a Minor Child: The Next Generation” Allied Social Science Associations, with the National Association of Forensic Economics, January 5, 2013, San Diego California.

“Assessing Damages in Injury and Death Cases” Onondaga Bar Association Continuing Legal Education, April 27, 2012.

“How to Use the Ordered Probit Model of the Spizman/Kane Model: 24th Annual Meeting The American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts, April 19, 2012 Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Educational Attainment Model for a Minor Child: The Next Generation” Eastern Economics Association 38th Annual Conference, March 9, 2012, Boston Mass.

“Forensic Economics in the Classroom: an Active Learning Approach”,Eastern Economic Association 37th Annual Conference, February 26, 2011, New York City, New York.

“To Use or Not to Use Bulletin 2254 Work Life Expectancy Tables in New York State – That is the Question”, Eastern Economic Association 36th Annual Conference, February 26, 2010, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

“Forensic Economics: You’re Guide to Damages in New York State.” Onondaga Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education. June 22, 2009. Syracuse, New York.

“Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of New York” Eastern Economic Association 35th Annual Conference, February 27, 2009, New York, New York.

“Utilizing The Geometric Mean: When, Why and How the Forensic Economist Should Employ the Geometric Mean” Allied Social Science Associations, with the National Association of Forensic Economics, January 4, 2008, New Orleans, LA.

“To Use or Not to Use the US Chamber of Commerce Employee Benefits Study?” Eastern Economic Association 33rd Annual Conference, February 23, 2007, New York, New York.

“The Effect of the Death of a Parent on the Future Earnings of a Minor Child (Using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Data)” Eastern Economic Association 33rd Annual Conference, February 23, 2007, New York, New York.

“The Effect of the Death of a Parent on the Future Earnings of a Minor Child”Allied Social Science Associations, with the National Association of Forensic Economics, January 8, 2005, Philadelphia PA.

“The Effect of the Loss of a Parent on the Future Earnings of a Minor Child” Eastern Economic Association 30th Annual Meetings, February 20, 2004, Washington D.C.

“Loss of Earning Capacity in Wrongful Death of the Self-Employed”, Eastern Economic Association 28th Annual Meetings, March 16, 2002, Boston Mass.

“An Update of the Educational Attainment Model for a Minor Child” Eastern Economic Association 27th Annual Meetings, February 24, 2001, New York City.

“The Unintended Consequences of Tort Reform: Rent Seeking in New York State’s Structured Settlements Statutes” Eastern Economic Associations Annual Meetings, March 25, 2000, Washington D.C.

“Determinants of Student Retention of Microeconomic Principles Concepts”, Co-authored, Eastern Economic Associations Annual Meeting, March 13, 1999, Boston Mass.

“Proving or Defending Economic Damages” Personal Injury and Insurance Law Seminar, Lorman Education Services, Syracuse, New York, June 11, 1998.

“Daubert: From Physical Science to Social Science, a Small Step or a Large Leap, ” Allied Social Science Associations, with the National Association of Forensic Economics, January 4, 1998, Chicago, IL.

“Work-life Expectancy for the Self-Employed, ” Eastern Economic Associations Annual Meeting, April 5, 1997, Washington D.C.

“The Impact of Educational Inputs on Elementary and Secondary School outcomes, ” Eastern Economic Associations Annual Meeting, April 6, 1997, Washington D.C.

“Judge Made Law – The Ursini Rule – Bad Economics, ” Eastern Economic Association, 1995 Annual Meeting, March 18, New York City.

“Should Defense Attorneys Use a Forensic Economist? ” Allied Social Science Associations with the National Association of Forensic Economists, January 7, 1995, Washington DC.

“Loss of Future Income in the Case of Personal Injury of A Child: Can We Really Estimate a Child=s Future Earnings?” Allied Social Science Association with the National Association of forensic Economists, January 5, 1993, Anaheim California.

“Is there A Need For More Race-Specific Scholarships? ” Eastern Economic Association, 18th Annual Convention, March 27-29, 1992, New York City.

“Loss of Future Income in the Case of Wrongful Death or Personal Injury of a Child: Parental Influence on a Child=s Future Earnings,” Allied Social Science Association, with National Association of Forensic Economists, Dec. 29, 1990, Washington, DC.

“Self-Employment and Self-Selection; A Switching Equations Model with Endogenous Switching, ” Eastern Economics Association Meeting, 14th Annual Convention, March, 1988, Boston, Mass.

“Marital Dissolution Under Uncertainty,” Eastern Economic Association, 13 Annual Convention, March 1987, Washington, DC.

“Public Finance in Developing Countries: Foreign Capital Inflow and Capital Formation,” Eastern Economics Association, 10th Annual Convention, March 1984, New York City.

“Optimal Curtailment of the Public Sector at the State and Local Levels,” Eastern Economic Association, Ninth Annual convention, Boston Mass. March 1983.

“The Demand for Furniture, An Econometric Study,” New York State Economics Association, 35th Annual Convention, April 1983.

“The Production of Scientific Knowledge: The Case of Economics, “ Atlantic Economic Conference, New York City, October 1981.

“The Production of Economic Knowledge,” Invited Paper at American Economic Association Meetings, Denver, Colorado, 1980.

“How Important are Public Employee Unions, ” 31st. Annual Convention of New York State Economic Association, April 7, 1979.

“Public Service Programs and Public Sector Labor Demand,” Eastern Economic Association Meetings, April 1978.

“An Econometric Analysis of State and Local Government Labor Markets,” Albany Discussion Paper Series #82. Presented at New York State Economic Association, 28th Annual Meeting, 1976.