Kurt Krueger was a past Vice President and President of the National Association of Forensic Economics and a recipient of NAFE’s Past Presidents Award. Kurt also was a vital member of the Journal of Forensic Economics’ team in his role as Managing Editor and referee for papers submitted to the JFE.

On his own and in collaboration with other researchers, Kurt’s publications made significant contributions to the field of forensic economics. During his lifetime, Kurt had 33 peer reviewed publications in the JFE, as well as papers in Medical Economics, Medical Care, Earnings Analyst, Journal of Legal Economics, and Litigation Economics Review. Kurt’s peer reviewed publications include work on Markov transitions for worklife expectancies, the use of the Consumer Expenditure Survey datasets to estimate personal consumption expenditures, laws governing damages calculations in personal injury and wrongful death cases in Kansas and Missouri, the...

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