An Agenda for Future Research in Forensic Economics: New Approaches to Viewing Controversial Topics,
Journal of Forensic Economics, September 2021.
The Impact of New Lease Standard Under USGAAP and IFRS on the Financial Ratios,
with Peter Harris and Umapathy Ananthanarayanan,
Review of Business and Finance Studies, 11(1) 2020.
Crypto Currency: What Do We Know About Investment Performance and Risk?,
Crypto Uncovered: the Evolution of Bitcoin and the Crypto Currency Marketplace,
by Sarah Swammy, Richard Thompson and Marvin Loh,
Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: the State of Rhode Island,
with David J. Schap and Caitlin Street,
Journal of Forensic Economics, December 2016.
Assessing Churning and Suitability of Investments: A Case Study,
with Peter Harris and Katherine Kinkela,
Review of Business and Finance Case Studies, Summer 2012.
Pitfalls in Determining the Reasonable Royalty in Patent Cases,
Journal of Legal Economics, October 2010.
Scheduled Damages and the American Tort Environment,
with A.E. Rodriguez, in
Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Damages: a Trans-Atlantic Dialogue,
Ed. R. Thornton and J. Ward. Bingley, UK: Emerald, 2009.
Risk Adjusted Performance as a Rigorous Approach to Removing Subjectivity from Expert Assessments of Suitability,
with A.E. Rodriguez,
Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss Analysis, 2(2) 2007.
How Did the Market Evaluate the Effects of a Microsoft Breakup,
with Matthew L. O'Connor and Edward A. Downe,
Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 6(5) 2006.
Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: the State of Connecticut,
Journal of Forensic Economics, Winter 2006.
The Valuation of Employee Stock Options Issued by Closely Held Firms,
with Sean F. Reid and Matthew L. O'Connor,
Journal of Legal Economics, April 2006.
Can Long-Term Historical Data Help Investors Time the Market?,
with Edward A. Downe, Matthew L. O'Connor and Sean F. Reid,
American Business Review, June 2004.
Employee Stock Options as a Source of Compensation,
with Matthew L. O'Connor,
Litigation Economics Review, Spring 2001.