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TAMORAH HUNT, PH.D.

 

EMPLOYMENT

          Economist and Principal in Formuzis, Hunt and Lanning, Inc.

 

EDUCATION

          B.A., Economics: California State University, Fullerton, 1986

          M.B.A., Finance:  University of California, Irvine, 1991

          M.A., Economics: Claremont Graduate School, 1994

          Ph.D., Economics:  Claremont Graduate School, 1999

 

EXPERIENCE

          Economic Consultant, Formuzis, Hunt and Lanning, Inc., January 1995

          Managing Senior Research Economist, Formuzis & Pickersgill, Inc., June 1990 - December 1994

          Senior Research Economist, Formuzis & Pickersgill, Inc., June 1989 - June 1990

          Research Economist, Formuzis & Pickersgill, Inc., June 1985 - June 1989

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

          Highest Honors, California State University, Fullerton, 1986

          Phi Kappa Phi, California State University, Fullerton, 1986

          Dean’s Scholar, University of California, Irvine, 1991

          Beta Gamma Sigma, University of California, Irvine, 1991

          Claremont Graduate School Fellowship, 1992

          Bradley Fellowship, Claremont Graduate School, 1993

          Bradley Fellowship, Claremont Graduate School, 1994

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

          National Association of Forensic Economists

          Western Economic Association

          American Economic Association

          Claremont Graduate University, Board of Visitors 2009 - 2011

 

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

          “Median Years to Retirement and Worklife Expectancy for the Civilian U.S. Population,”

          (Tamorah Hunt, Joyce Pickersgill & Herbert Rutemiller, co-authors), Journal of Forensic

          Economics, Volume X, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1997.

 

          “Median Years to Retirement,” (Tamorah Hunt, Joyce Pickersgill & Herbert Rutemiller,

          co-authors), in Life and Worklife Expectancies, Hugh Richards, M.S. and Jon R. Abele,

          Esq., Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc., 1999.

 

          “The Variation in Present Value of Forecast Earnings Resulting from the Use of

          Age-Earnings Profiles,” Western Economic Association, 71st Annual Conference, 7/96,

          San Francisco, California.

 

          “Recent Trends in Median Years to Retirement and Worklife Expectancy for the Civilian

          U.S. Population,” (Tamorah Hunt, Joyce Pickersgill & Herbert Rutemiller, co-authors),

          Journal of  Forensic Economics, Volume XIV, Number 3, Fall 2001.

 

          “The Calculation and Use of Retirement Age Statistics:  A Recap Since 1970,”

          (Tamorah Hunt, Joyce Pickersgill & Herbert Rutemiller, co-authors), in Developments in

          Litigation Economics, Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis, Volume

          87, Patrick A. Gaughan and Robert J. Thornton, Editors, Elsevier, 2005.

 

          “Understanding the Building Blocks of Present Value,” Advocate, November 2009.

 

 

 

 

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