Kim Trottier

Associate Professor, Accounting
PhD Accounting (UBC), MSc Accounting (UBC), BComm (Ottawa University), CPA, CA (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario)

Burnaby Room: WMC 3355
Burnaby Phone: 778.782.6876

Email Address: Kim_Trottier@sfu.ca

Curriculum Vitae: View

Biography

Dr. Kim Trottier always planned to be a professor but first invested several years to become a Chartered Accountant and work in industry with organizations such as Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Export Development Corp., Lafarge, the Vancouver Stock Exchange, and UNESCO.

Kim’s research interests include econometrics, mathematical modeling, capital markets, and information economics. Her current teaching focus is on Accounting Theory and Financial Statement Analysis, both at the undergraduate and executive MBA level. 

Specialization and Research Interests

Mathematical modeling

Capital markets

Information economics

Selected Publications

Articles and Reports

Dennis Chung; Karel Hrazdil; Kim Trottier

On the efficiency of intra-industry information transfers: The dilution of the overreaction anomaly

2015 | Journal of Banking & Finance. 60(November): 153-167

Kim Trottier; Irene M. Gordon

Students as surrogates for managers: Evidence from a replicated experiment

2015 | Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences.

Karel Hrazdil; Kim Trottier; Ray Zhang

An intra- and inter-industry evaluation of three classification scheme common in capital market research

2014 | Applied Economics. 46(17): 2021-2033

Dennis Chung; Karel Hrazdil; Kim Trottier

Industry classification and the efficiency of intra-industry information transfers

2014 | American Journal of Business. 29(1): 95-111

Kim Trottier

The effect of reversibility on a manager's decision to record asset impairments

2013 | Accounting Perspectives. 12(1): 1-22

Karel Hrazdil; Kim Trottier; Ray Zhang

A comparison of industry classification schemes: A large sample study

2013 | Economics Letters. 118(1): 77-80

Kim Trottier

What does the market say about say on pay? A look at the Canadian bank experience

2012 | Journal of Governance and Regulation. 1(3): 142-155

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