Email: Elizabeth.Troutt@umanitoba.ca Phone: (204) 474-6325 Fax: (204) 474-7681 Mailing Address: Department of Economics
University of Manitoba
550 Fletcher Argue Building
15 Chancellors Circle
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 5V5
Ecological economics, sustainability, & sustainable development
Gender and pay equity
Property rights and institutions
Economics of the nonprofit and voluntary sector
Refereed journal articles
Brown, Laura K., and Elizabeth Troutt. 2017. Sex and salaries at a Canadian university: the song remains the same or the times they are a changin’? Forthcoming in Canadian Public Policy.
Brown, Laura K., and Elizabeth Troutt. 2017. A re-analysis of the trade and welfare effects of export subsidies. Forthcoming in Applied Economics Letters. Published online at Taylor & Francis Online on 26 May 2017. Forthcoming in print.
Brown, Laura K., Elizabeth Troutt, and Susan Prentice. 2011. Ten years after: sex and salaries at a Canadian university. Canadian Public Policy 37(2): 239-255.
Brown, Laura K., Elizabeth Troutt, Cynthia Edwards, Brian Gray, and Wanjing Hu. 2011. A uniform price auction for conservation easements in the Canadian prairies. Environmental and Resource Economics (2011) 50: 49-60.
Brown, Laura K., and Elizabeth Troutt. 2007. Reporting does not equal accountability! The importance of funding characteristics and process on accountability. International Journal of Public Administration 30(2, January 15, 2007): 209-225.
Seixas, Cristiana, and Elizabeth Troutt. 2004. Socio-economic and ecological feedbacks in lagoon fisheries: Management principles for a co-evolutionary setting. Interciencia 29(7, July): 362-368.
Brown, Laura K., and Elizabeth Troutt. 2004. Funding relations between nonprofits and government: A positive example. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 33(1, March): 5-27.
Brown, Laura K., and Elizabeth Troutt. 2004. A cooperative approach to accountability: Manitoba’s family violence prevention program. International Journal of Public Administration 27(5): 309-330.
Seixas, Cristiana, and Elizabeth Troutt. 2003. Evolution of a local Brazilian shrimp market. Ecological Economics 46(3): 399-417.
Refereed book chapters
Numerous authors. 2017. Chapter 4: Direct and indirect drivers of change in biodiversity and nature’s contributions to people. IPBES Regional Assessment for the Americas. Second Order Draft. United Nations: Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). Currently under revision following global external review. (http://www.ipbes.net/registration-first-external-review-global-assessment).
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Brown, Laura K., and Elizabeth Troutt. 2003. Stability and stress in the relationship between government and the non-profit sector: The case of Manitoba. In Interesting Times and the Voluntary Sector: Evolving Relationships, Regulations and Fiscal Realities, edited by Keith Banting and Kathy Brock. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 177-217.
Brown, Laura K., Elizabeth S. Troutt, and Attah K. Boame. 2000. The non-profit sector in Manitoba: a baseline study. In The Canadian Non-Profit Sector, edited by Keith G. Banting. McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 191-228.
Refereed technical reports
Barg, Stephan, Laura Brown, Aaron Cosbey, Elizabeth Troutt, Allen Tyrchniewicz, and Sarah Van Exan. 2001. Environmental protection and business competitiveness. Public Policy Forum. (No. 56.)
Numerous authors. 2001. A technical proposal for the conservation easement price discovery pilot project. Ducks Unlimited Canada.
Stephan Barg, Laura K. Brown, Chantal Guertin, and Elizabeth S. Troutt. 2000. Ecological fiscal reform project: A context paper. National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE).
Stephan Barg, Attah Boame, Laura Brown, Linda Deriviere, Elizabeth Troutt, and Dominique Wranik-Lohrenz, with Marlene Roy. 2000. Analysis of ecological fiscal reform activity in Canada. National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE).