The organising committee of the International Conference of Chinese Tax and Policy is pleased to announce the call for papers for the 2019 conference. The conference is to be held at the University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand on December 8-9, 2019.

The conference is jointly organised by The University of Sydney Business School, the Journal of Chinese Tax and Policy, the Department of Public Economics of Xiamen University and the University of Auckland.

The organising committee welcomes any paper dealing with the conference theme: International Trade, the Digital Economy and the Impacts of Recent Chinese Tax Laws and Policies.

Possible Topics/Streams

  • The impact of China’s international tax laws and policies on promoting trade.
  • The progress of the drafting changes to China’s tax law and ancillary documentation and its impact on international transactions and investment.
  • The structural impact of China’s recent Individual Income Tax reforms.
  • Examination of China’s corporate and industry tax burden in light of recent tax reforms.
  • China’s digital economy and tax implications.
  • E-commerce in China and its income redistribution effects.

However, the topics are not limited to the above themes. Scholars are welcome to submit their paper if it is related to the major theme.

All accepted papers have the priority to be selected for publication in the Journal of Chinese Tax and Policy, subject to an international blind peer-review process.

Submission Guidelines

  • Please submit an abstract in English of 300 words.
  • Please provide the final paper in English, and please provide the original Chinese version if the work has been translated.
  • If translation is required for the paper, please contact the Journal of Chinese Tax and Policy.

Please send all submissions to [email protected] before 30 September 2019.

Registration costs

There is no fee for participants.


Xi Nan (Nancy), Jun Zhao (David)

Email: [email protected]

Eva Huang

Editor, the Journal of Chinese Tax and Policy

Email: [email protected]

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