William Bassin, Ph.D.
Dr. William Bassin is an established expert in economic and business forecasting, event study methodology, and cash flow analysis in support of security and enterprise valuation. Bill has more than forty years of academic and private industry experience in those areas.
From 1970 through 2003, Bill was Professor of Decision Sciences at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, where he specialized in the application of decision science techniques to business problems. Specific areas of concentration included data modeling and statistical analysis, business forecasting, and operations management. Bill received numerous honors while at Shippensburg University, including College of Business Award for Outstanding Teaching, College of Business Scholar, and Distinguished Service Award.
Bill has served as an independent consultant to a variety of financial and manufacturing organizations over the past three decades. Areas of focus have included enterprise valuation, securities litigation damage studies, profitability forecasting, product quality analysis, business plan development, and customer survey data analysis.
Bill has authored numerous scholarly articles on topics including securities trading dynamics, economic and financial forecasting, and statistical analysis techniques for business. His studies have been in publications including: Stanford Journal of Law, Business, and Finance; Foresight; Journal of Business and Economic Research; Journal of Business Forecasting; Journal of Small Business Management; and Decision Line.
Bill is the author of several textbooks, including: Statistical Applications and Forecasting; Data, Modeling, and Statistical Analysis; Operations Management; and Quantitative Business Analysis.
Bill holds a Ph.D. in business administration from The George Washington University. He holds an MBA from The University of Maryland, College Park. Bill earned a BA in economics from Yale University.