Ph.D. (Ottawa), LL.M. (Western), M.A. (Queen's), B.A. (Western), CPA, CGA
Associate Professor, Accounting
Coordinator, Specialization in Accounting
Coordinator, Specialization in Finance
Office: Peter Gzowski College, Room 369
Phone: 705-748-1011, ext. 7629
Teaching Interests: Taxation, Auditing, Financial and Managerial Accounting, Corporate and Public Finance, Investments, Risk
Research Interests: Taxation and Tax Policy, Public Finance, Financial and Behavioral Economics, Risk, Managerial Control and Auditing
Collins, Kirk A. and Tim Edgar (2013), “The Carter Report’s Corporate Income Tax Proposals: Why They Were Rejected and an Assessment of the Current Canadian System as an Imperfect Alternative,” in Kim Brooks (ed.), The Quest for Tax Reform Continues: The Royal Commission on Taxation Fifty Years Later, Toronto: Carswell, Thomson Reuters, pp.115-154.
Burbidge, John, Kirk A. Collins, James B. Davies and Lonnie Magee (2012), “Effective Tax and Subsidy Rates on Human Capital in Canada,” Canadian Journal of Economics, 45(1), pp.189-219.
Collins, Kirk A. (2008), “The ‘Taxing’ Issue of Interprovincial and Cross Border Migration,” Canadian Public Policy, 34 (4), pp. 481-500.
Collins, Kirk A. and James B. Davies (2005), “Carrots and Sticks: The Effect of Recent Spending and Tax Changes on the Incentive to Attend University,” C.D. Howe Institute, Commentary, 220, October, 22 pp.
Collins, Kirk A. and James B. Davies (2004), “Measuring Effective Tax Rates on Human Capital: Methodology and an Application to Canada”, in Peter Birch Sorensen (ed.), Measuring the Tax Burden on Capital and Labor, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. pp. 171-212.
Brou, Daniel and Kirk A. Collins (2001), “Winning at Hide and Seek: The Tax Mix and the Informal Economy,” Canadian Tax Journal, 49 (6), pp. 1539-1562.