Elizabeth Seidler

Assistant Professor

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PhD, Clark University Economics, 2001

MBA, Babson College Concentration in Marketing, 1989

BA, Smith College Mathematics and Economics, 1982


Prior to joining Regis College full-time in 2013, Dr. Pitney Seidler taught at Clark University, College of the Holy Cross, and Assumption College in Worcester, MA. Her professional experience includes reviewing, editing and conducting web research at Worth Publishing Company in New York City; Director of Alumnae Work at Notre Dame Academy in Worcester; and Staff Director at NYNEX Corporation in Boston. She is a member of International Health Economics Association (iHEA) and American Society of Health Economists (ASHECON); and is a Certified Personal Trainer.


Clark University Research Fellow, Department of Economics, 2002-2009

ECuity III Project US Representative/contributor in Bonn, Germany, 2002-2005

OECD Health Equity Research Group, US researcher/participant, various locations

ECuity II Project US Representative/contributor:

  • London, England 2001
  • Université de la Medeterranée, IDEP-GREQAM, Aix-en-Provance, France, 1999
  • Université Tor Vortega, Rome, Italy, 2002
  • Menorca, Spain Selected Participant: Quantitative analyses of health sector inequalities and inequities, 2003

Guest Speaker University of Massachusetts Medical School Department of Family Medicine and Preventative Health Fellows Training Program, 2009


Asadoorian, Malcom and Seidler, E., Microeconomics for the Business Manager, 2nd ed, 2014, LAD Publishing


Dissertation: “A Comparison of Access to Health Care for the Black and White Populations in the United States over the Past Twenty-five Years” 2001

Book Review

Manuscript Reviewer, Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2003


“Inequalities in access to medical care by income in Developed countries,” Van Doorslaer, E. and the OECD Health Equity Research Group, Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2006 Jan 17; 174(2):177-83.

Towards High Performing Health Systems, The OECD Health Project, “Income-Related Inequality in the Use of Medical Care in 21 OECD Countries,” Chapter 3, Van Doorslaer, E. and the OECD Health Equity Research Group. OECD Publishing, Paris 2004.

“The Effect of Managed and Traditional Care Insurance Plans on Horizontal Inequity in Access to Health Care in the United States” Paper presented at the ECuity II Workshop, Université Tor Vortega, Rome, Italy, March 2002.

Business Management Department

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