Home

Writers Resources 

My Publications
Resume
Math & Physics

The Dismal Science



 

David J. Bernstein, Ph.D.

 

 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

            (Fields:  International Economics and Mathematical Economics)

 

M.A. in Economics, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

(Concentrations:  Industrial Organization and International Economics)

 

 

CONSULTING EXPERIENCE

 

BLDS LLC

Managing Economist, (Current)

  Specializing in the application of statistics to issues of liability in both individual and large‑scale

  employment discrimination and civil rights matters. Additional tasks include conducting

  statistical and econometric studies in commercial matters.

 

LECG

Managing Economist, (Prior)

  Applied statistician and labor economist

 

The Center for Forensic Economic Studies,  Senior Consultant (Prior)

  Labor economist, statistician, and SAS administrator

           

The Center for Research in International Economics, Research Fellow (Prior)

  University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

 

Information and Media Technologies, Consultant (Prior)

  University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

   

 

CONSULTING RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Econometric/Statistical analyses of employment discrimination

Econometric/Statistical analyses of compensation

Econometric/Statistical analyses of promotions

Econometric/Statistical analyses of banking practices

Statistical evaluation reduction-in-force planning

Statistical evaluation of claims of lost earnings arising from discrimination

Economic forecasting / Event Analysis

Statistical modeling of diminished value in auto industry

Calculation of lost earnings for a class due to employment discrimination

Conducted company-wide audits to monitor affirmative action plans

Evaluation of racial impact of discipline practices in police departments

Evaluation of racial impact of academy police tests / test validation

 

 
CLIENTS

 

Fortune 500 companies

United States National Security Agency

United States Secret Service

United States Federal Bureau of Investigation

United States Department of Justice

United States Department of Treasury

United States Department of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms

United States Department of Agriculture

Local Police Departments

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Temple University, Adjunct Instructor

 

Ursinus College, Visiting Professor

 

Marquette University, Lecturer

 

Concordia University Wisconsin, Instructor

 

Montgomery County Community College, Instructor

 

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Instructor

 

Waukesha County Technical College, Instructor

 

  

PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

 

Reviewer/Referee:

Atlantic Economic Journal

Journal of Economic Development and Cultural Change

Eastern Economic Journal

 

First Round Judge, Best Undergraduate Paper Competition

  hosted by the International Atlantic Economic Society

 

Member of the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Writers' Conference

 

Round Table Group, Scholar Portal

  Listed as expert in scholar database

 

National Institute for Trial Advocacy

 

United States Academic Decathlon Coach

 

Wisconsin Council for the Social Studies

 


PAPERS AND RESEARCH

 

Cointegrating Properties of the Demand for Money in Japan Revisited.”

   with Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee,

   Politics and Economics of Asia, Volume 10.

 

“The Hidden Risks of Foreign Investment,”

   Economic Facts.

 

“Generalized Purchasing Power Parity and the Case of the European Union a Successful Currency,"

    Atlantic Economic Journal, Volume 28, No. 4.

 

“To What Degree Do Central Banks Sterilize the Effects of Capital Flows on Domestic Money Supply?”

   Applied Economic Letters, Volume 7, No. 1.

 

“Exchange Market Pressure During the Current Managed Float,”

 with Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee,

   Applied Economics Letters, Volume 6, No. 9.

 

“Fiscal Impact Analysis of Excess Residential Land Use in Upper Uwchlan Township,”

   Paper commissioned by Residents for Smart Development.”

 

“The Long-Run Effects of Central Bank Intervention on the Monetary Base:  An International Perspective,”

   Dissertation.

 

“The Long-Run Relationship Between Exchange Rates and the Trade Balance a Test of the J-Curve,

   working paper.

 

“A Study of the United States. The Offsetting of Fiscal Policies and the Sterilization Response to a

   Balance-Of Payments Disequilibrium Under a Flexible Exchange Rate Regime Policy.”

    Master’s paper.

 

 

STATISTICAL PROGRAMMING

 

Stata, SAS, and SPSS

 

AFFILIATIONS

 

American Economic Association

International Atlantic Economic Society

Western Economic Association International

The Planetary Society

National Space Society

 

HONORS

 

Listed in Who’s Who in America

Listed in Who’s Who in Finance and Industry

Listed in the Directory of Outstanding Students of America

Awarded the Billy Mitchell Award by the Civil Air Patrol (Warrant Officer)

College Undergraduate Academic College Scholarship

 

 

OTHER

 

Civil Air Patrol

Junior Achievement

Boy Scouts

 

Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: View David Jay Bernstein's profile on LinkedIn