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International Institute of Public Finance

Jing Xing

Member of the IIPF Board of Management, 2017–2020

Status of CV: for elections, March 2017


Education
2011 University of Oxford, Doctor of Philosophy in Economics
2008 University of Oxford, Master of Philosophy in Economics
2006 City University of Hong Kong, MSc in Applied Economics
2005 Peking University, Guanghua School of Management
BA in Economics (Major: Finance)


Employment
2014– Assistant Professor, Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
2011–2014 Research Fellow, Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
2015–2017 Research Associate, ZEW, Germany
2015– International Research Fellow, Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford


Other Activities
2016–2017 Chief Investigator, SMU-TA Centre for Excellence in Taxation, on project “Profit shifting determinants of multinationals: evidence from a developing country”
2016–2018 Chief Investigator, Shanghai Pujiang Program
2015–2016 Chief Investigator, SMU-TA Centre for Excellence in Taxation, on project “Territorial Tax Reforms and Financial Behavior of Multinational Firms”
2015–2016 Co-investigator, Melbourne Business School Internal Competitive Grant, on project “Corporate Tax Avoidance and Managerial Opportunism”


Selected Publications

Stephen Bond, and Jing Xing (2015). "Corporate taxation and capital accumulation:Evidence from sectoral panel data for 14 OECD countries," Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 130, 15-31.

Jing Xing (2012). "Tax structure and growth: How robust is the empirical evidence?" Economics Letters, Vol. 117(1), 379-382.

Jing Xing, Wei Cui, and Xi Qu (2017). "Local tax incentives and behavior of foreign enterprises: evidence from a large developing country" sponsored by the SMU-TA Centre for Excellence in Taxation.

Giorgia Maffini, Jing Xing, and Michael P. Devereux (2016). "The impact of investment incentives: evidence from UK corporation tax returns" Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation Working Paper No. 16/01 (under review, presented at the NBER Summer Institute 2016 and the American Economic Association Annual Meeting 2016).

Iftekhar Hasan, Jing Xing, and Hui Zhou (2016). "Extreme Governance and tax avoidance" sponsored by the Melbourne Business School Internal Competitive Grant (under review).

Jing Xing, Stephen Bond, and Giorgia Maffini (2016). "Territorial tax reforms and financial behavior of multinational firms" SMU School of Accountancy working paper series.

Michael P. Devereux, Giorgia Maffini, and Jing Xing (2015)."Corporate tax incentives and capital structure: Empirical evidence from UK tax returns" Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation Working Paper No. 15/07 (under review, presented at the NBER Summer Institute 2016).

Clemens Fuest, and Jing Xing (2015). "How can a country 'graduate' from procyclical fiscal policy? Evidence from China" CESifo Working Paper Series No. 5511(under review). Jing Xing (2011). "Does tax structure affect economic growth? Empirical evidence from OECD countries" Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation Working Paper No. 11/20.

Cemile Sancak, Ricardo Velloso, and Jing Xing (2009). "Tax revenue response to the business cycle" IMF Working Paper No. 10/71.

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