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Energy & Water Economics is an independent economic consulting firm specializing in policy and planning issues in the areas of water, energy, natural resources and the environment, and civil litigation. Energy & Water Economics professionals use applied tools from environmental, resource, regional, agricultural, and regulatory economics in combination with financial, valuation, and statistical analysis. Energy & Water Economics provides comprehensive economic consulting, technical analysis, litigation support, and expert testimony.
Economic analysis to support litigation and regulatory proceedings is our forte. Working within multidisciplinary technical and legal teams dealing with large and complex policy or legal issues is standard practice.
Dr. William W. Wade, a resource and financial economist with extensive expertise in regulatory takings, is a frequent author and speaker on the topic of the Penn Central test.
He most recently addressed the 12th annual SuperConference on Eminent Domain, Austin TX, February 11 on the topic, Denominator Problems with Penn Central (1978) and Mayhew (1998). Download.
A Note on Economic Impacts and Average Reciprocity of Advantage - inversecondemnation.com - (Aug. 2013)
Regulatory Takings, Texas Groundwater, and Hydrofracking
Texas may have created the "Takings and Condemnation Lawyer Full-Employment Act." For more, click "What's New." (March 2013)
Temporary Takings, Tahoe Sierra, and the Denominator Problem - ELR (Feb. 2013)
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