Xiaojing Cui is visiting Georgetown Law from China where she is a professor of international taxation law at Wuhan University. Her research is on the American FATCA and its effect on China. Her visit continues through June 30, 2016.
Cuixiaojing is an associate professor of international taxation law in the law school and full-time researcher in the International law Institute of Wuhan University in China. From 2008 to 2009, she is doing postdoctoral research of the comparative study of fuel tax in the EU and China in the Université Paris 11.
She had a French government scholarship to study European energy taxation law in the Université Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) from 2003 to 2004, participating in a program organized by the French and Chinese governments. Since then, she has started to do her research on the European internal market, focusing primarily on tax harmonization in the EU.
In 2007, she stated participating in one of the key projects of the Chinese Ministry of Education "Research on the law and policy of Chinese energy security" sponsored by Prof. Huangjin, the director of the International law institute and vice-president of Wuhan University. During this research project, she has published several articles about fuel tax in Chinese and in French Journals.