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Patrick R. Colabella, Ed.D.

Associate Professor
EdD, Instructional Leadership, St. John's University
MBA, Taxation, Pace University
BS, Accounting, St. John's University
Patrick R. Colabella, is an associate professor of accounting and taxation at St. John's University and served as faculty advisor for Beta Alpha Psi for the last 19 years, BAP is a national honor society of information professionals. From time to time he has served as a committee chair of the NYSSCPAs. In addition he has served his profession as a peer reviewer for the Peer Review Quality Control Program of the AICPA. He has served on several corporate boards. These boards include banks and charter schools and several not for profit organizations. He is a senior partner (semi-retired) of the Colabella & Company LLP, He has published several articles in 'The CPA Journal' as a tax professional and academic. He began his career with the firm of Deloitte & Touche and later served as Director of Taxes for three years for the Equitable Life Holding Company. (Now Axa Financial). He currently is the Chairman and founder of the Global Institute for Taxation; a scholarly research institute based at St. John's University that advises government and business on issues pertaining to fundamental tax reform. He has appeared on various television news programs as a taxation expert

Teaching Interests

Taxation, Accounting and Education are my areas of main interest

Research Interests

Global taxation, public finance; socioeconomic ideologies and philosophies of government. Focused on revamping world public finance systems by setting out new paradigms for the financial interactions of government accountability to free citizens

Courses Taught

ACC
602
GLOBAL FIN & MGR REPORTING
ACC
620
GLOBAL MANAGERIAL ACC I
ACC
622
GLOBAL MANAGERIAL ACC II
ACC
2320
FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING
ACC
2339
FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING II

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Books

Colabella, P. R. (2016). How to Get Rid of Socialism ... and solve the fiscal ills if the United States. Bloomington, Indiana: Xlibris/ Author Solutions. vol. 1, pp. 177.

Keywords: 
How to Get Rid of Socialism