Richard Cumpston

June 2005

Topic: Legal

Authors: Richard Cumpston, Hugh Sarjeant

Deductions for vicisstudes

This document provides estimates of reasonable deductions for unemployment, sickness, disability and strikes by age and sex by occupation group.

September 2004

Topic: Demographic

Author: Richard Cumpston

Projection of Australia's population to 2051: Appendices

The appendices related to the paper Projections of Australia's population to 2051.

Author:  Richard Cumpston

September 2004

Topic: Demographic

Author: Richard Cumpston

Projections of Australia's population to 2051

This paper describes methods used to give long-term projections of persons, dwellings and jobs for each statistical local area in Australia. Please find attached the applicable appendices related to this paper.

Author:  Richard Cumpston

January 2003

Topic: Legal

Author: Richard Cumpston

Actuarial perspective on tort law reform

This paper discusses the unavailability of some insurance largely due to the present shortage of capital by the insurance industry. Several years of difficulty are likely before the insurance market returns to competitive health.

October 2002

Topic: Legal

Author: Richard Cumpston

Lump sums - the good the bad and the ugly

This is a powerpoint presentation presented by Richard Cumpston at the 2002 Motor Accidents Authority Sydney conference.

Author:  Richard Cumpston

October 2002

Topic: Legal

Author: Richard Cumpston

RTA v Cremona - more value in superannuation

This is a text version of a paper presented by Richard Cumpston at the 2002 national conference of the Australian Plaintiff Lawyers Association (APLA).

Author:  Richard Cumpston

October 2002

Topic: Legal

Authors: Richard Cumpston, Hugh Sarjeant

Essential personal expenditure

This contains our estimates of essential personal expenditure. This is important when calculating economic loss suffered by the dependents of a deceased person.

Authors:  Richard Cumpston,  Hugh Sarjeant

September 2001

Topic: Legal

Author: Richard Cumpston

Past and future causes of death - implications for planners

This paper discusses causes of deaths over the past 20 years, and projections are made of deaths from each major course in the next 20 years.

Author:  Richard Cumpston

May 2001

Topic: Legal

Authors: Richard Cumpston, Hugh Sarjeant

Estimating economic loss - recent developments

This is a text version of a paper presented by Richard Cumpston at the 2001 Victoria national conference of the Australian Plaintiff Lawyers Association (APLA).

Author:  Richard Cumpston