Bernard F. Pettingill, Jr.

Consulting Economist

Graduate Manchester University, Manchester, England, January 1977, Ph.D. – Economics, Department of Economics and Social Administration. Dissertation:  “Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Treatment of Arthritis – A Comparison of Five Hospitals.”

Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1973, MPH – Master Public Health, Department of Health Economics and Medical Care Administration

Graduate Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1971 and June 1969; MBA – Economics, BBA – Business Administration

1996 ─ Present            Forensic Economist / Medical & Professional Practice Financial Analysis.

1988 ─ 1996               Professor of Economics, Florida Institute of Technology, Graduate Business School, Treasury Coast Graduate Center, Stuart, Florida. Taught Advanced Macroeconomics, Managerial Economics, Health Care Economics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics at the graduate level. (Retired)

1987 ─ 1988               Professor of Economics, Rinker School of Business, PALM BEACH ATLANTIC COLLEGE. Taught Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Free Enterprise System and International Economics.

1980 ─ 1987               Associate Professor, College of Business Administration, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA, Lafayette, Louisiana. Taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Economics, Finance and Management.

1978 ─ 1980               Assistant Professor and Administrative Assistant, Department of Medicine, LSU MEDICAL CENTER, New Orleans, Louisiana. Principal duties at Medical School included lectures in Medical Economics, grant writing, and computer – assisted data analysis.

1977 ─ 1978               Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and Management, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS, New Orleans, Louisiana. Taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in Economics and Health Care.

1975 ─ 1977               Research Associate in Department of Economics and Social Administration, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, Manchester, England.  Dual appointment: Lecturer in Economics and Course Coordinator of the Administrative Development Course for Hospital Administrators.

1974 ─ 1975               Research Fellow at the Centre for Studies in Economics and Social Policy, London, England. Primary task was a case study of Wigan Community Health Council. Research published in a sequel to the book, Politics of Consumer Representation, by R. Klein and J. Lewis, Centre for Studies in Social Policy, London, England.

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