Expectancy Data is the publishing division of John Ward Economics located in Prairie Village, Kansas. Expectancy Data repackages federal economic, health, and demographic data for forensic economists, public health economists, and demographers.
Recognized authority data source for information on household work services, full-time earnings, fringe benefits, and morbidity adjusted life expectancy.
Cited in publications by the Centers for Disease Control, Department of Transportation, September 11th Victim Compensation Fund, American Heart Association, and others.
Most cited publication by forensic economists for estimating hours and value of household work services.
Each year the economists of John Ward Economics are honored to participate as Instructors in the Ross T. Roberts Trial Academy. The program is designed to teach trial skills and to foster professionalism, ethics and collegiality.
As members of the National Association of Forensic Economics (NAFE), our economists regularly attend and present at industry meetings. We participate in NAFE as officers; editors of the peer reviewed Journal of Forensic Economics; by attending academic and professional sessions at international, national, and regional meetings of economists; and promote the NAFE Statement of Ethical Principles/Principles of Professional Practice (SEP/PPP).