Pete Bergevin

Professor
School of Business

Contact

Redlands Main Campus
Hornby Hall 119
P: 909.748.8764
E: pete_bergevin@redlands.edu

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

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

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

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