Academics

Pete Bergevin

Professor, Sch of Bus

Office: URSB Management & Business , Hornby Hall #119

Phone: 909/748-8764 Campus Ext. 8764

E-mail: peter_bergevin@redlands.edu

Portrait

Academic Interests and Areas of Expertise

  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Intellectual Capital and Financial Reporting
  • Accounting Cases
  • Revenue Recognition
  • Cash Flow Analysis
  • Pension Reporting

Courses Taught at Redlands

  • Principles of Financial Accounting
  • Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting (MBA)
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • External Reporting
  • Not-for-Profit Accounting

Degrees Held

  • BS, Salem State College
  • MS, Arizona State University
  • Ph.D., Arizona State University

Major Honors and Awards

  • 2002 Outstanding Case Award-Southeast Case Research Association (with J.E. Oliver)
  • Editorial Board-B, Quest Journal
  • Proceedings Editor (1999-2001) Southeast Case Research Association
  • Member-American Accounting Association, North American Case Research Association, Georgia Society of CPA's

Significant Publications, Presentations or Panels

Books

Peter M. Bergevin. (2002). In Thomas Sigel (Ed.), Financial Statement Analysis: An Integrated Approach (pp.1-600). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Peter M. Bergevin. (2002). In Thomas Sigel (Ed.), Instructor's Guide for Financial Statement Analysis: An Integrated Approach (pp.1-408). Upper Saddle River, new Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Peter M. Bergevin. (2002). In Thomas Sigel (Ed.), Test Item File for Financial Statement Analysis: An Integrated Approach (pp.1-130). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

T.L. Wheelan et al.. (2003). The HBOC-Mckesson Case. Strategic Management and Business Policy, 9th ed. (pp.245-257). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

E.A. Simendinger. (1997). Partnering with Physicians Practices. The Challenge of Health Care Leadership (pp.191-214). Chicago, IL: American Hospital Publishing.

Articles

P.M. Bergevin. (Forthcoming 2005). Some Pension Loopholes Close While Others Remain Open. Today's CPA, L.G. Weld,

P.M. Bergevin & L. Magrath. (October 2004). Anatomy of a Financial Fraud: A Forensic Examination of HealthSouth. Today's CPA, 1-7.

P.M. Bergevin & A.B. Caster. (Fall 2004). Cash Flows and Cookie Jars. The Journal of Accounting and Finance Research,

P.M. Bergevin & K. Moore. (June 2003). Income and Cash Flow Analysis in the Personal Computer Industry. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 23-24.

P.M. Bergevin & K. Moore. (Summer 2002). Financial Analysis of a Not-for Profit Entity: First Protestant Church. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 72-84.

 


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