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"Business Insider" featured Pace University's Dyson Professor Joseph Constantino Morreale in "Joseph Constantino Morreale is recognized by Continental Who's Who"

10/18/2018

"Business Insider" featured Pace University's Dyson Professor Joseph Constantino Morreale in "Joseph Constantino Morreale is recognized by Continental Who's Who"

Joseph Constantino Morreale is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Education at Pace University.  

With its inception in 1906, Pace University is a privately run university that has facilitated in the advancement of thousands of students throughout the years. Pace University offers its students the resources that they need in order to further their educational advancement.

Professor and Chair of the Economics Department at Pace University, Joseph Constantino Morreale has served in academia for over forty seven years.  Aside from offering his expertise in Economics, Morreale offers his knowledge in Health Economics, Environmental Economics, Public Finance, Public Policy, and Chinese Economic Studies.

A distinguished Author and co-author of several articles and books published within the educational industry, Morreale is a distinguished fellow of several prominent organizations including the American Economics Association and the International Atlantic Economics Society, where he was recently elected to the Executive Board, and is a member of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. 

Early in his career, Morreale attained his Master of Arts and Ph.D. in Economics from the SUNY University of Buffalo.  Later, he earned his M.S.H. Ed. in Administration and Finance from the SUNY University of Albany.  An American Council on Education Fellow, Morreale spent one year as a Higher Education Administration Intern at UNC-Charlotte.

Established in May of 2009, Morreale is the Founder and active member of the Confucius Institute at Pace University. The institute is known for its collaboration between the East and West, especially China and Western Nations, and the union of both arts and sciences. It is well known for organizing programs in Chinese Culture, History, and Language.

A teacher, scholar and administrator at over seven top universities and colleges in the U.S and abroad, China and the U.K. included, Morreale has taught Public Finance and Public Economic Policy Analysis. In addition, Morreale has taught an exemplary Senior Economic Research Seminar, a China Travel Study Abroad course and informed many about the Political and Economic relations between the U.S. and China as well as on Public Economic Policy issues, including the environment and healthcare concerns. He has also been active in politics, being elected Town Councilman and serving on the Town's Planning Board for the Town of Mt. Kisco in Westchester, NY.

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