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    The Causes and Consequences of Currency Wars

    Analysis Group affiliate Sebastian Edwards discusses the macroeconomic factors associated with so-called currency wars involving Japan, the United States, Europe, and other countries.

    The Causes and Consequences of Currency Wars
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    When Consumer Confusion Leads to Lawsuits

    Analysis Group affiliate Donna Hoffman discusses the role of Internet search in the purchase process, the potential for consumer confusion, and inferences experts can make using search data.

    When Consumer Confusion Leads to Lawsuits
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    Assessing the Duration of Damages in Food Safety Cases

    When food safety incidents occur, it can be difficult to measure the extent and duration of any price changes resulting from them – and to thus prove actual harm. Principal George Kosicki, Vice President Ted Davis, and affiliate Walter Thurman suggest an approach for determining damages that examines long-term pricing effects.

    Assessing the Duration of Damages in Food Safety Cases
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    Investigating Adverse Effects Using Epidemiology

    Tools from epidemiology can play a critical role in helping to assess liability and determine the scope of damages in drug safety litigation, says Managing Principal Mei Sheng Duh, but have “tended to be under-utilized in the legal community.” Here, she describes how this specialized expertise can help inform case strategies and outcomes.

    Investigating Adverse Effects Using Epidemiology

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Analysis Group Forum: Summer 2013