- Research Assistant Professor
Consulting, Research and Teaching Interests:
- Accounting Information Systems, Audit, Small and Medium Enterprises, Organizational ability
Professor Tracie Frost is a professor in accounting at the School of Accounting and Finance. She is a certified public account in the United States of America. Prior to pursuing her doctorate in accounting, Professor Frost worked for PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP for seven years as a practitioner of insurance taxation in PwC’s Washington National Tax Practice. She also has governmental and private firm accounting experience. She has been a visiting professor at MAII Stratford University in New Delhi, India, and at Florida Atlantic University.
Professor Frost has research interests in Accounting Information Systems, Audit, and Strategy. She has published in the Journal of Information Systems and is well-published in the practitioner space. She has authored more than 100 articles and six books on U.S. insurance taxation and has published several articles on developments in Indian taxation.
Professor Frost’s teaching interests include Accounting Information Systems, Financial Accounting, and Tax.
He, Z., Frost, T., & Pinsker, R. (2019). The Impact of Reported Cybersecurity Breaches on Firm Innovation. Journal of Information Systems, 0000-0000.
DiGilio, A. Canter, C. Frost, T. Continuing Developments in the Taxation of Insurance Companies: 2007 - The Year in Review
Frost, T. India Institutes More FDI Changes, Opening Most Sectors to Automatic Route. India Briefing. June 29, 2016.
Frost, T. India’s Tax Bodies Pledge Better Service, Expanded Reforms. India Briefing. May 22, 2016
Frost, T. FATCA Leads to Stricter Reporting and More Taxation for Non-U.S. Mutual Funds. India Briefing. May 13, 2016.