In this case Dr. Steward provided an analysis of Mr. Pedro Oregon’s expected earnings capacity. There are several factors that affect an individual’s expected earnings capacity. In general these earnings factors are related to the U.S. economy or specifically to the labor market. Economy wide earnings factors refer to the overall conditions in the economy and include past current and expected inflation and interest rates. Labor market earnings factors such as job experience worklife expectancy and education directly affect an individual’s earnings capacity. Based on these distinctions and his review of case documents Dr. Steward determined that Mr. Oregon’s expected earnings capacity was limited. Dr. Steward stipulates in the report that for him to calculate the economic damages in this case he would require demographic information benefits statements and financial data such as tax returns and wage statements.