Elizabeth S. Troutt

PhD (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Associate Professor

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
  Canada


Curriculum Vitae

 

Fields of Specialization

  • Environmental economics
  • Ecological economics, sustainability, & sustainable development
  • Gender and pay equity
  • Property rights and institutions
  • Economics of the nonprofit and voluntary sector

Selected Publications

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).