Essays on China's Tax System
Ze Zhu was born on 1 January 1978, in Shangyu, Zhejiang province in China. After obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1998 and Master of Science in Management Science and Engineering in 2001 at Zhejiang University, he worked at China Mobile Communications. He became a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Organization and Personnel Management, RSM Erasmus University in 2003. He visited University of New South Wales, Sydney, for research in 2005. His research interests include fiscal decentralization, tax competition and business strategy. He published a book chapter and several Chinese journal articles. He also presented papers at international conferences, such as the Annual Conference of International Society for New Institutional Economics, the Annual Meeting of European Public Choice Society and the Conference of Asia Academy of Management.
|Keywords||China, Exit and Voice, Fiscal decentralization, Institution, Institutional change, Leviathan, Tax structure, Tax system|
|Publisher||Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM)|
|Sponsor||B. Frey , B. Krug , Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) , G. W. J. Hendrikse , L. Feld , P. Reinmoeller , Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)|
Zhu, Z.. (2007, September 4). Essays on China's Tax System. Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/10502