Workers’ Compensation Monitor

John Burton was the Editor of the Workers’ Compensation Monitor from 1988 to 1997.  There were 64 issues of the bimonthly publication.  Four articles from the Workers’ Compensation Monitor can be downloaded without charge.

John F. Burton, Jr. and Monroe Berkowitz. 1989.  “Paean to an Active Workers’ Compensation Agency.” Workers’ Compensation Monitor, Vol. 2, No. 7 (September/October): 1-7, 22. To download, click here: WCM Paean to Active Agency

James R. Chelius and John F. Burton, Jr. 1992. “Who Actually Pays for Workers’ Compensation?” Workers’ Compensation Monitor, Vol. 5, No. 6 (November/December): 25-35.  To download, click here: WCM Who Pays? Part I

James R. Chelius and John F. Burton, Jr. 1994. “Who Actually Pays for Workers’ Compensation?: The Empirical Evidence.” Workers’ Compensation Monitor, Vol. 7, No. 6 (November/December): 20-27.  To download, click here: WCM Who Pays? Part II

Sandra Sinclair and John F. Burton, Jr. 1994. “Measuring Non-Economic Loss: Quality-of-Life Values versus Impairment Ratings.” Workers’ Compensation Monitor, Vol. 7, No. 4 (July/August): 1-14. To download, click here: WCM Non-Economic Loss