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Gerald Weinstein, Ph.D., CPA

Gerald Weinstein, Ph.D., CPA
Professor Emeritus of Accountancy Department(s): Accountancy

Ph.D. Kent State University
M. Acc. Bowling Green State University
B.S.B.A. Bowling Green State University


Field(s) of Expertise

Financial Accounting, Individual Taxation, Managerial Accounting


Gerald P. Weinstein is a CPA, and has been licensed in Ohio since 1977. He practiced from 1976-1981 with national, regional, and local accounting firms and is presently managing a small professional practice serving family-owned businesses, not-for-profit entities, and individuals with accounting and tax services.


Dr. Weinstein has been teaching accounting since 1974. He first taught at John Carroll in 1979 and has been on uninterrupted continuous appointment since 1988. He has taught many accounting topics including financial, managerial, tax, intermediate, and advanced accounting.


His main research interests are educational issues and he has published articles in several outlets including Journal of Accountancy, Journal of Accounting Education, The Tax Advisor, Management Accounting Quarterly and Accounting Today.

Additional Information

He is involved in various community service activities including free preparation of income tax returns for low income and non-English speaking taxpayers through the IRS’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. He has served on boards of several non-profit agencies. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Ohio Society of CPAs, Institute of Management Accountants, and American Accounting Association.