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  • 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.”

  • Graduate 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

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1996 - Present



1988 to 1996

1987 - 1988

1980 - 1987

1978 - 1980

1977 - 1978

1975 - 1977

1974 - 1975

  • President and Founder of Pettingill Analytics, national consultancy and advisory services

  • Pettingill Consulting, expert witness services, medical evaluations, and structured settlements

  • 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 at the graduate level.


  • Professor of Economics, Rinker School of Business, PALM BEACH ATLANTIC COLLEGE. Taught Microeconomics, Macroeconomics,

  • Free Enterprise System and International Economics.


  • Associate Professor, College of Business Administration, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA, Lafayette, Louisiana.

  • Taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Economics, Finance and Management.


  • 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.


  • 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 Management.


  • 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.


  • 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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Pettingill, B. “Wigan Community Health Council,” in Community Health Councils: Four Case Studies: ed. Janet Lewis (Centre for Studies in Social Policy, Publ.) 1976, pp. 87-98.


Pettingill, B. “Cost-Effectiveness of Chiropractic Treatment in Louisiana – A Feasibility Study.” Louisiana Journal of Chiropractics, September-October, 1977, pp. 9-10.


Pettingill, B. “Review of a History of Economic Thought.” by William J. Barber. Review of Business and Economic Research, XIII, Fall 1977, pp. 111-112.


Pettingill, B. “A Feasibility Study of the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Great Britain,” Ph.D., Thesis, Manchester Business School Publication, January1977, p. 275.


Pettingill, B.F. “Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in the Hospital.” Dimensions in Health Service Canada, January 1978, pp. 19-20.


Pettingill, B. and Langdon, C. “Views on Youth Employment: A Survey of Businessmen and Vocational Counselors in the Greater New Orleans Area.” Business Review, Louisiana Tech Publishers, March 1979, pp. 23-28.


Villere, M. and Pettingill, B. “Transactional Analysis: An Effective Management Tool for Medical Record Supervisors.” Medical Record News. Journal of the American Medical Record Association, December, 1979, pp. 96-100.


Pettingill, B. “Physicians’ Estimates of Disability vs. Patients’ Reports of Pain.” Psychosomatics, December 1979, Vol. 20, No. 12, pp. 827-830.


Pettingill, B. and Langdon, C. “The Problem of Teenage Workers as Viewed by New Orleans Businessmen.” Louisiana Business Survey, Fall 1979, pp. 6-8.


Langdon, C., Pettingill, B.F., Bhatia, S. “Vocational-Technical Education in Region I of Louisiana,” Research Study Number 44, Division of Business and Economic Research, University of New Orleans, May 1982, p. 124.


, Stephen L. and Pettingill, B.F. “How Much Theft Can you Tolerate?” Security Management, August 1982, pp. 100-102.

Langdon, Charles, Pettingill, B.F., and Bhatia S. “Vo-Tech in Metro New Orleans: The Students and the Schools,” Louisiana Business Survey, Summer 1982, pp. 9-11.


Pettingill, B.F., Bhatia, S., and Langdon, C. “The Counselor-Firstline Manager in the Vocational Technical Educational System, Vocational Guidance Quarterly (December, 1985, pp. 14-17).


Payne, S., and Pettingill, B.F. “Theft Perceptions.” The Personnel Administrator, October 1983, pp. 102-111.


Pettingill, B.F. and Payne, S. “Shrinkage – Another Area of Supply Costs,” Hospital Topics, May-June 1984, pp. 12-15.


Pettingill, B.F., et al. “A Hospital Linen Cost Control System,” Southern Hospitals, May-June 1984, pp. 62-64.


Pettingill, B.F. and Stafford, John, M.D. “The Insurance Carriers Can Contribute to the Reduction in Health Care Costs,” City Business, January 1984, pp. 4-5.


Pettingill, B.F. and Watson, Marie, “One System of Health Care Delivery Hospital Administrators Cannot Afford to Overlook,” Hospital Topics, September 1984, p. 111-114.


Pettingill, B.F. and Westell, Hariette, “Management of Diagnostic Related Groups,” Hospital Topics, Vol. 62, No. 4, August 1984, pp. 68-70.


Pettingill, B.F. “Competition for the Consumer,” Citybusiness, July 1984, pp. 14-16.


Pettingill, B.F. “Award Winning Tax Angle,” Tax Angles, Vol. X, No. 4, April 1984, pp. 28-29.


Pettingill, B.F. and Payne, S. “Coping with Organizational Politics,” Supervisory Management, April 1986, pp. 28-32.


Pettingill, B.F. and Payne, S. “Obstacles to Improving Student Creativity in Management for Business,” Journal of Education for Business, March 1986, Vol. 61, No. 6, pp. 271-275.


Pettingill, B.F. and Payne, S. “Management and Values Education,” published in SMA Proceedings, November 1985, pp. 349-352.


Pettingill, B.F. and Penn, Warren A. “Estimating Future Medical Maintenance Expenses,” Louisiana Bar Journal, October 1986, pp. 149-152.


Pettingill, B.F. and Payne, S. (Co-author), “Management and Value Education,” Organizational Behavior Teaching Review, Vol. XI, No. 1, 1986-87, pp. 18-27.


Pettingill, B.F. and Payne, S. “Faculty Perceptions of Student Values,” Southern Management Association, Dennis F. Ray (ed.) pp. 437-440.


Pettingill, B.F. and Griest, D. “Hospital Downsizing,” Journal of Hospitals, forthcoming October, 1988, pg. 91-95.


Pettingill, B.F. “How An Economist Sets A Value on Human Life”, Palm Beach Post, Editorial, May, 1989.


Pettingill, B.F. and Eriksen, Michael, “Case Management: Evaluating a Firm’s Caseload using a Cost-Benefit Approach,” The Trial Lawyer, Vol. 22, No. 5, September-October, 1999.


Pettingill, B.F., Exiting a Managed Care Contract,”Florida Medical Business, Vol 15, No. 16, July-August, 2002 (


Pettingill, B.F., “Providing Economic Consulting Services to Health Professionals,” Business Economics: The Journal of the National Association for Business Economics, Volume XXXIX, Number 3, July 2004.

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  • Member, American Economic Association, 1983 – Present.

  • Member, Health Economics Study Group, Great Britain, 1973-Present.

  • Member, DECUS – Computer User Society, 1979 – Present.

  • Member, Emergency Medical Service, Inc., New Orleans, Louisiana, 1977-1979.

  • Member, Southern Management Association, 1980 – Present.

  • Member, Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1981 – 1984.

  • Member, Rotary International, 1983 – Present.

  • Member, Gideons International, 1978 – Present (Past President).

  • Member, Health and Safety Committee, Chamber of Commerce, 1984 – 1986.

  • Member, National Association of Forensic Economists, 1989 – Present.

  • Member, National Association of Business Economists, 1990 – Present.

  • Licensed, State of Florida and State of Louisiana, Health and Life Insurance. No. 43972-6317 (FL)

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