Professor of Accounting/Taxation
Dr. Craig E. Reese is a Professor of Accounting/Taxation at the College of Business. He has held a variety of positions at STU, including Coordinator of the Master of Accounting (and Undergraduate Accounting) and M.B.A programs, Director of Graduate Business Programs, Director of the Adult Learner Program, Chair of the Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance, and member of the Board of Directors at the STU International Trade Institute. He has taught Corporation and Partnership Taxation courses at the Tampa branch of the IRS and was a Professor of Taxation at the School of Accountancy at the University of South Florida as well as Florida International University and several state universities in Texas. He has taught a variety of university courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level, including Tax Research, Entrepreneurship, Principles of Tax Accounting, Tax Factors in Business and Investment Decisions, Tax Accounting Theory and Policy, and Business Enterprise Taxation. He has authored several publications and has done research in taxation and fund (governmental/NFP) accounting. Dr. Reese earned a Ph. D. from the University of Texas at Austin.
- Reese, C.E. (1985). The role of user charges in groundwater conservation: the case of the Edwards aquifer. San Marcos. TX: Edwards Aquifer Research Center.
- Reese, C.E. (1983). Deregulation and environmental quality: the use of tax policy to control pollution in North America and Western Europe. Westport, CT: QuorumBooks.
- Reese, C.E. (1982). Readings in the crude oil windfall profit taxation. Tulsa: Pennwell.