Microeconomics expert witnesses have experience in various accounting and financial matters, as the discipline refers to the economic practices of individual businesses and consumers, as opposed to macroeconomics, which consists of economics at a larger scale, such as government finances and the economics of other large institutions. Microeconomics expert consulting may provide insightful information for cases involving such issues as business valuation, pharmaceutical economics, insurance coverage, statistical analysis, personal injury, marital dissolution, epidemiology, and other financial matters, each of which may be at the center of microeconomics litigation.
Microeconomics experts are often especially skilled with issues pertaining to job-related finances. Such areas may include labor and job consulting, the economic effects of mergers and acquisitions, corporate taxes, managerial economics, business forecasting, international trade and finance, market studies, and other matters involved with accounting practices. Microeconomics expert witnesses are also often experienced with macroeconomics, as each facet of economics may affect the other.
Microeconomics experts may also have a background in healthcare costs, as medical finances are often very important at a microeconomic level for many individuals. Whether a patient is receiving health insurance through Medicaid or other types of coverage, lifetime medical costs and short-term medical billing may be a major issue in the event of a lawsuit involving microeconomics.
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