(MENAFN- The Conversation) Wei Cui teaches tax law and policy, legal theory, and law and economics.
Before joining the UBC law faculty, he practiced tax law for over 10 years, including as a U.S. tax associate at Simpson Thacher (in both New York and Beijing), as Senior Tax Counsel for the China Investment Corporation, and as a counsel-level consultant for Clifford Chance (Beijing). Professor Cui has held visiting professorships at the law schools of Michigan, Northwestern, Columbia, and Melbourne Universities, among other institutions, and has served as a consultant to the United Nations, the Budgetary Affairs Commission of China's National People's Congress, and China's Ministry of Finance and State Administration of Taxation.
Professor Cui has published over 100 academic and professional articles. His co-authored Value Added Tax: A Comparative Approach (Cambridge University Press 2015), and his new book, The Administrative Foundations of the Chinese Fiscal State, is also forthcoming from Cambridge. His research takes an interdisciplinary approach to topics in international taxation, tax administration, and law and politics in China. His current research projects examine the design of international taxation against the background of international trade in services, and comparisons of redistributive policies in democratic and authoritarian regimes.
- –present Professor of Law, University of British Columbia
- 2002 Yale University, Law
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