James Pratt

Professor - PricewaterhouseCoopers

James Pratt

Bio

D.B.A., The University of Southern California, 1972, Accounting. CPA (Texas). Teaching areas are partnership taxation, corporate taxation, and individual taxation. Current research interests include federal income, estate, and gift taxation and their impact on investment decisions. joined the faculty in 1972. Serves as an education consultant in tax training for KPMG Peat Marwick. Editor and contributing author of the books: Federal Taxation, Individual Taxation, and Corporate, Partnership, Estate and Gift Taxation. Publications have appeared in Journal of Taxation, Journal of Accountancy, The CPA journal, Journal of Partnership Taxation, Journal of Corporate Taxation, and The Tax Adviser, among others.

Research Interests

  • federal income, estate, and gift taxation and their impact on investment decisions

Books

  • Pratt, James W. and William N. Kulsrud. Individual Taxation, 2008 Edition. Thomson Learning. [May 2007]
  • Pratt, James W. and William N. Kulsrud. Corporate, Partnership, Estate & Gift Taxation, 2008 Edition. Thomson Learning. [May 2007]
  • Pratt, James W. and William N. Kulsrud. Federal Taxation, 2008 Edition. Thomson Learning. [May 2007]

Contact Info

Phone:
713-743-4842
Email:
jwpratt@uh.edu
Room:
380E
Website:
No Web Site Currently

Education