Academic journal article Journal of Legal Economics

Editor's Note

Academic journal article Journal of Legal Economics

Editor's Note

Article excerpt

Each new issue of JLE presents its own learning opportunities, and JLE v14i1 is no exception.

The four articles you hold in your hands offer you keen insights into several long standing issues as well as timely issues. In the timely category is the lead article by Taylor & Taylor who provide guidance for any forensic economist whose charge is to value the unusual asset of a military pension. The second article by Clauretie builds upon prior JLE literature and addresses the frequent question of overtime earnings across a work life. The third article, by Marlin, takes up the nettlesome question of safest and best investment, providing a strong argument against the often used benchmark of tax free muni bonds. Finally, Anderson & Keys, staying with the theme of taxes, explore the consequence of taxes upon human capital and they find substantial impacts, both private and public.

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