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Ernest Terry Kendall

corporation executive

Ernest Terry Kendall, American corporation executive. Member of American Arbitration Association, American Economics Association.

Background

Kendall, Ernest Terry was born on October 21, 1932 in Brooklyn. Son of James Ernest and Aida (Kessler) Kendall.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Columbia University, 1960. Master of Arts in Economics, Boston University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Boston University, 1974.

Career

Program manager Raytheon Corporation, 1966—1969. Adjunct associate professor Boston University, 1970—1974. Senior economist, project management engineer United States Department Transportation, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1974—1976.

Director Boston office National Economic Research Associates, Inc., 1976—1978. President Commonwealth Research Group, Inc., Boston, since 1978. Visiting lecturer economics Babson College.

With United States Air Force, 1952-1956.

Works

  • Author: Factors Affecting the Commercialization of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, 1978, The Risks of Conversion of Energy-From-Waste, 1980, The RIF. And Your Retirement Benefits, 1982.

Membership

Member of American Arbitration Association, American Economics Association.

Connections

Married Eleanor L. Schwartz Kendall, September 13, 1963. Children: Sara Lois, Katherine Aida.

father:
James Ernest Kendall

mother:
Aida (Kessler) Kendall

spouse:
Eleanor L. Schwartz Kendall

children:
Sara Lois Kendall

Katherine Aida Kendall