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Pedro F. Pellet

Dr. Pedro F. Pellet is Professor of Economics and Statistics at H. Wayne

Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship. He has been a full-time

teacher at Nova Southeastern University since April 1st, 1982, and has attended

higher education centers in Cuba, Great Britain, Puerto Rico, Spain and U.S.A.  Dr.

Pellet completed the requirements for a Baccalaureate Superior from the

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; a B.Sc. in Biology (Summa cum

Laude) from the University of the Sacred Heart, Santurce, Puerto Rico; two B.A.’s

(Summa cum Laude) in Economics and Political Sciences and an M.A. in

Economics (Awarded the highest honor in Economics: The Economics Medal) from

the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus; M. Phil in Economics from the

London School of Economics and Political Science, U. K., and a Ph.D. in

International Affairs with specialties in Economic Development and the

Developmental Process from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.A.

Dr. Pedro F. Pellet currently teaches undergraduate, Master's and doctoral

courses. He also supervises dissertations and conducts scholarly researches in the areas of applied

socioeconomics, including microeconomics, macroeconomics, mathematical economics, international business

management, econometrics, input-output analysis, monetary theory and policy, international trade, economic

analysis, and Latin American economics, among other courses.