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Antony Ting

Antony Ting

BSocSc(Hons) MTaxation, PhD, CPA, CTA
Senior Lecturer

Rm 519
H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

Telephone +61 2 9036 5393
Fax +61 2 9351 7473
antony.ting@sydney.edu.au

Bio

Antony graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Social Sciences (first class honours) with a major in Accounting, and obtained the Master of Taxation and Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney. His PhD research is the first comprehensive international comparative study of eight tax consolidation regimes in the world. The comparative research is published as a monograph by the Cambridge University Press, UK.

Antony won the 2011 Graham Hills IFA Research Award for his PhD research. He also won the inaugural Business School Research Award (Early Career Researcher Category) in 2013. In the same year, Antony received the Business School Dean's Citation for Teaching in recognition of his outstanding teaching performance. Antony is a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (UK), Associate member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and a Chartered Tax Adviser of the Tax Institute. Antony is a member of the Expert Panel of the Tax Institute.

Before embarking on an academic career at the University of Sydney, Antony was a tax partner in a major international accountancy firm, serving mainly multinational companies on corporate tax as well as international tax issues. His current research interests include comparative taxation, taxation of corporate groups, corporate taxation, international taxation, and the interaction between accounting rules and the tax law.

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Research Grants

2012-2014

Mitigating tax barriers to trade and investment relations between Australia and the People's Republic of China

China and Australia's conflicting tax rules and attitudes towards tax administration affect the level of trade, investment and labour mobility between the two countries. This project will explore and propose methods of reform for both the Chinese and Australian tax systems to strengthen our economic relationship.

ARC Discovery Project

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Research Expertise

  • Comparative tax analysis
  • Taxation of corporate groups
  • Interaction between accounting and tax rules
  • International taxation
  • Taxation of companies and shareholders

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