- Wilfrid Laurier University, PhD Management (Accounting)
- University of Leicester, MSc Finance
- University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, BSc Accounting
Professional Association Memberships
- Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) - Fellow
- Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CGA)
- Assistant Professor, School of Accounting and Finance, University of Waterloo
- Assistant Professor, Rowe School of Business, Dalhousie University
- Finance Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Farrar, J., and King, T. 2022. “To Punish or Not to Punish? The Impact of Tax Fraud Punishment on Observers’ Tax Compliance.” Journal of Business Ethics. [Link]
Hahn, T. and King, T. 2021. “When I grow up ... Understanding the motivations that individuals have for pursuing a career in tax.” Issues in Accounting Education, 36(3), 1-21. [Link]
Berger, L., Guo, L., and King, T. 2020. “Selfish Sharing? The Impact of the Sharing Economy on Tax Reporting Honesty.” Journal of Business Ethics, 167: 181-205. [Link]
Please refer to author pages of SSRN (Social Science Research Network) or Google Scholar for current working papers; otherwise available upon request.
- Accounting Perspectives
- Accounting Forum
- SSHRC Insight Development Grant, “Speak Up, Speak Out: The Black Lives Matter Movement and Investor Judgments”, with C. Cho, A. Hagemen, and A. Hill, 2022-2024, $52,097
- CPA Canada – CAAA Management Accounting, Performance Management, Finance, Governance & Strategy Research Grant, 2021-2023, $7,570
- CPA Canada – CAAA Research Grant Program, with J. Farrar, 2020-2022, $3,000
- CPA Canada – CAAA Financial Accounting, Assurance & Tax Research Grant, with L. Berger and L. Guo, 2018-2020, $10,000
Media and other citations
- The Conversation. (2021, October 31). The Pandora Papers: How punishing tax cheats can serve as a deterrent. [link]
- 770CHQR and 630CHED with Shaye Ganam, commenting on “The Pandora Papers: How punishing tax cheats can serve as a deterrent” [link], November 2, 2021.
- 980 CKNW the Weekend Morning Show with Stirling Faux, commenting on “The Pandora Papers: How punishing tax cheats can serve as a deterrent”, November 6, 2021.