Jing Qian is a Postgraduate Research Associate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University, where he defended his dissertation in May 2023. His dissertation explores the domestic and international politics of international taxation, with a focus on why — for decades — governments have been reluctant and unable to curb tax avoidance. More broadly, he studies the politics of public finance, as well as transparency and replicability in quantitative research. His dissertation is supported by the Princeton University Multi-Center Graduate Student Dissertation Grant. Some of his work has been published in International Organization and Public Administration.


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