This issue's symposium on future research directions in forensic economics originated with papers that were presented at the January 4, 2020, National Association of Forensic Economics (NAFE) session “NAFE: An Agenda for Future Research” at the Allied Social Science Associations annual meeting in San Diego, California. The impetus for the session was to honor Jack Ward, the first editor of the Journal of Forensic Economics (JFE) by having him provide insights on what research in forensic economics has contributed to the current knowledge of practitioners, as well as his thoughts on the future directions of forensic economics research. This symposium contains papers on the topic of future research directions in forensic economics that were prepared by the presenters at the San Diego meeting.

Jack Ward's paper suggests that there have been advances over the last three decades in forensic economics that include the Markov analyses of worklife expectancy;...

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