Tisha is a fourth year PhD candidate at Wilfrid Laurier University. She obtained her graduate degree in Finance from the University of Leicester and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA, CGA). Her current research interests focus on ethical judgement and decision making among taxpayers and tax professionals.
Tisha's research primarily relies on social psychology to investigate individuals’ judgment and decision making.
Currently, she examines judgment and decision making within the context of taxpayers.
Tisha is interested in teaching Financial accounting, Managerial accounting, Business Cases, Taxation & Audit.
She has experience in degree level teaching both in class and online:
Introduction to Financial Accounting (4.5/5)
Intermediate Financial Accounting (4.5/5)
Business Cases (4.5/5)
Reviewer, ABO Midyear Meeting (2020)
CPA Canada: Financial Literacy Volunteer (2017 - present)
Academic Appeal Committee (2018, 2019)
Day in the Life Volunteer (2017)
“Selfish Sharing? The Impact of the Sharing Economy on Tax Reporting Honesty” with Leslie Berger & Lan Guo. 2020. Journal of Business Ethics, 167(2), 181-207.
“Spillover effects of tax fraud punishment on observers’ tax reporting" with Jonathan Farrar.
“When I grow up…Understanding the motivations that individuals have for pursuing a career in tax” with Till-Arne Hahn.