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.
Expectancy Data publications appear in a variety of economic research settings including:
Report of the Special Master for the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of
2001, Volume I (at page
38 (and footnote 123) describing that DVD was used as a reference for survey
data specifying the average time for care and household services when useful
data through testimony was unavailable).
Costs of Large Truck- and Bus-Involved Crashes, Final Report for Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Administration, Federal Highway Administration, Project Number
DTMC75-01-P-00046, under contract to the Pacific Institute for Research and
Evaluation, November 2002.
Cost Estimates by Maximum Police-Reported Injury Severity Within Selected Crash
Geometrics, Federal Highway
Administration Report Number FHWA-HRT-05-051, July 2005.
Effectiveness: A Guide to Decision Analysis and Economic Valuation, Second Edition, authored by members
of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (Oxford University Press: 2005).
Economic Impact of Motor Vehicle Crashes, 2000, National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration Technical Report, May 2002.
A., T. H. Liu, and G. P. Victorino. "Cost-utility analysis of prehospital
spine immobilization recommendations for penetrating trauma." The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
76, no. 2 (2014): 534-541.
Economic Cost of Fatal Occupational Injuries in the United States,
1980–97.” 2008. Elyce Anne Biddle, Contemporary Economic Policy, Volume 22
Issue 3, Pages 370 – 381.
“The costs of unintentional home injuries” E.Zaloshnja,
T.Miller, B.Lawrence, E.Romano. American Journal of Preventive Medicine,
Volume 28, Issue 1, Pages 88-94
Cost of Alcohol in California” Simon M. Rosen, Ted R. Miller, and Michele Simon,
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental
Research, Volume 32 Issue 11, Pages 1925 – 1936.
of large truck-involved crashes in the United States,” Eduard Zaloshnja and Ted
R. Miller, Accident Analysis &
Prevention, Volume 36, Issue 5, September 2004, Pages 801-808.
National Study on Costs and Outcomes of Trauma.” MacKenzie, Ellen J. PhD;
Rivara, Frederick P. MD, MPH; Jurkovich, Gregory J. MD; Nathens, Avery B. MD,
PhD, MPH; Frey, Katherine P. MPH; Egleston, Brian L. MPP, PhD; Salkever, David
S. PhD; Weir, Sharada DPhil; Scharfstein, Daniel O. ScD, The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care: December
2007 - Volume 63 - Issue 6 - pp S54-S67.
Sharada, et al. "One-year treatment costs of trauma care in the USA."
Expert review of pharmacoeconomics &
outcomes research 10.2 (2010): 187-197.
cost of workplace homicides in the United States, 1992-2001,” Daniel Hartley,
Elyce A. Biddle, E. Lynn Jenkins, American
Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 47 Issue 6, Pages 518 – 527.
the Future of Cardiovascular Disease in the United States: A Policy Statement
From the American Heart Association,” Circulation,
March 1, 2011.
the Future of Cardiovascular Disease in the United States: An Updated Policy
Statement From the American Heart Association,” Policy Report, October 31, 2013.
“School Absenteeism Among Children Living With
Smokers,” Pediatrics, Douglas E.
Levy, Jonathan P. Winickoff, MD, MPH, Nancy A. Rigotti, MD. September 2, 2011.
Productivity by Age and Sex: 2007 Estimates for the United States,” Scott D
Grosse, Kurt V. Krueger, and Mercy Mvundura. Medical Care - Health Care
Costs Supplement, Volume 47, Number 7 Supplement 1 (July 2009).
Survey of Forensic Economists: Their Methods, Estimates and Perspectives”
Brookshire, Michael L., Michael R. Luthy and Frank L. Slesnick, Journal of Forensic Economics, 19:1,
29-59. The Dollar Value of a Day was the
most cited reference for household services data.
Spent in Household Management: Evidence and Implications” Anne E. Winkler and Thomas
R. Ireland, Journal of Family Economic
Issues (2009) 30:293–304.
of Medically Treated Craniofacial Conditions,” by members of the Pacific
Institute for Research and Evaluation, Public Health Reports, Jan-Feb
2003, Volume 118.
Gun Violence: The Real Costs, Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig. Oxford
University Press, 2000.
costs by body part injured, fracture involvement, and threat-to-life severity.”
2000. Eduard Zaloshnja, Ted Miller, Eduardo Romano, Rebecca Spicer, Accident Analysis & Prevention,
Volume 36, Issue 3, May 2004, Pages 415-427.
of the Department of Justice Regulations for the September 11th Victim
Compensation Fund; Krause, Kent C.; Swiger, John A., 67 J. Air L. & Com. 117 (2002).
of Fall-Related Fatal Occupational Injuries in Construction, 2003-2006." Biddle, Elyce A., Thomas G. Bobick, and E. A.
McKenzie Jr. Research and Practice for Fall Injury Control in the Workplace:
Elyce Anne. "Is the Societal Burden of Occupational Fatal Injury Different
Among NORA Industry Sectors?." Journal
of Safety Research (2012).
Pecuniary Value of Commuting Time." Foster, Edward. Eastern Economic Journal 36.3 (2010): 391-397.
"Routine Prophylactic Central Neck Dissection for Low Risk Papillary Thyroid Cancer Is Not Cost‐Effective." Garcia, Arturo, Barnard JA Palmer, Nancy A. Parks, and Terrence H. Liu. Clinical endocrinology (2014).
"Is the Societal burden of fatal occupational injury different among NORA industry sectors?." Biddle, Elyce Anne. Journal of safety research 44 (2013): 7-16.