Professor Chen Danping, female, born in Quzhou, Zhejiang Province, owns a master’s degree of Management. She serves as a member to International Association of Internal Audit (ARM) and Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), executive director of USCPA China, and director of the Special Board of Auditing under the Enterprise Financial Management Association of China.
1989: Bachelor’s degree, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
2002: Master’s degree of Management, major in Accounting, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics
Excellent Young Teacher Award of 2006 under “QingLan Program” of the Department of Education of Jiangsu
Her research focuses on auditing technology and methods, accountability audit, internal audit, risk management and internal control. Prof. Chen has published more than 40 academic papers on Auditing Research and presided over or participated in more than 20 research programs. She has published 19 books, among which the book Research on the Audit Risk Model Based on Data Mining, is the first of its kind, Prof. Chen has won multiple honorary awards, such as the Best Teaching Award, the Best Young Teacher Award, and the Excellent Young Teacher Award under “QingLan Program” of the Department of Education of Jiangsu Province. Her course Fundamentals of Auditing was singled out as one of the country’s best courses in 2019, and the Exploration and Practice on the Internationalized Cultivation of Auditing Professionals was chosen as the first prize in the excellent teaching achievements in the competition of Jiangsu province in 2013 and the Internationalized Cultivation of Masters in Auditing was chosen as the first prize in the teaching achievements competition of Jiangsu province 2017.
Professor Chen Jun, male, born in 1978 in Taizhou, Jiangsu province, owns a doctoral degree of Management with a major in accounting in Xiamen University. He was a visiting scholar to the University of Texas at Dallas. He is executive director of the School of Government Audit of NAU, a member of the Academic Committee of China Institute of Internal Audit, a board member of the Audit Society of Jiangsu, a member of the Academic Committee of the Accounting Society of Jiangsu, and deputy director of the Audit Society of Nanjing. He is also a senior member of the China Accounting Society, a non-practitioner member of the Chinese Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and an international certified internal auditor.
1995-1998: Associate degree, major in Accounting, Anhui Finance and Trade College
1999-2001: Bachelor’s degree of Management, major in Accounting, China University of Mining and Technology
2001-2004: Master’s degree of Management, major in Accounting, School of Management, Jiangsu University
2008-2013: studying as a major student in Accounting, School of Management, Xiamen University (receiving doctoral degree of management in 2014)
Excellent Young Teacher Award of 2006 under “QingLan Program” of Jiangsu’s Department of Education
Leading (Academic) Back-up Talent Award of 2013 by China’s Ministry of Finance
Leading Young Academic Talent Award of 2016 under “QingLan Program” of Jiangsu’s Department of Education
Research areas and Achievements
Professor Chen’s research focuses on areas such as accounting and auditing，internal control and business management. He has presided over a research project funded by the National Natural Science Foundation and participated in a dozen of national and provincial programs. More than 20 of his academic papers have been published on Accounting Research, Finance & Trade Economics and Auditing Research. Some of his studies were republished on Renmin University’s periodicals.
Name: Huang Haiyan
Academic Degree: Doctoral Degree of Management
Professional Title: Professor
Research Areas: Innovative Management, Human Resource Management, and performance audit
Course: Research methods of business management, leadership and communication, and human resource management
2004-2006: Postdoctoral researcher of Business Management, Nanjing University
2001- 2004: Doctoral degree of Technical Economy and Management, Hohai University
1996- 1999: Master’s degree of Ideological and Political Education, Hohai University
June 2004 to date: Department of Human Resource, School of Business, NAU
February 2013-February 2014: Senior visiting scholar at School of Economics and Management, MONASH University, Australia
September 2006-October 2006: Visiting scholar to the Department of Public Administration at Shih Hsin University, Taiwan
August 2004-September 2006: Postdoctoral researcher of Business Management, School of Business, Nanjing University
January 2014-December 2016: Performance-evaluation-orientation-based Research on the Relationship between Informal Networks and “Dual Element” Innovative Behaviors (71302177) (funded by the National Natural Science Foundation, evaluated as distinction in March 2019)
February 2012-December 2014: Research on the Heterogeneity of Personalities of R&D Team Members, Transactive Memory System and Innovation Performance (No.12YJC630064) (funded by the Humanities and Social Science Program of the Ministry of Education)
September 2018-September 2021: Research on the Diversity of TMT Functions and the Mechanism of Performance Effects in Innovative Startups (as a key program funded by the Philosophy and Social Science Program of Jiangsu)
January 2009-July 2010: Research on the Relationship between Individuality and Job-seeking Behaviors of College Students (2008GH115)
Research on the Models and Methods of Cultivation of Skilled Graduates in the Era of Online Economy (a program in the 11th Five-year Plan on Education Science, funded by the Society of Higher Education of Jiangsu)
Huang Haiyan, Zhang Hongbin, Chen Xiaolin. Performance Effects of Function diversity of TMT in Innovative Startups—based on the interpretation of societal networks [J] Business Management Journal. November 2019.
Huang Haiyan. Working hard for A World-class Business Environment. China Public Administration. April 2019.
Huang Haiyan, Zhang Hongbin. Research on the Connotation and Cultivation of Entrepreneurship in the New Era. National Academy of Governance. June 2018.
Zhang Hongbin, Li Menggang, Huang Hongyan. New Landscape and Innovation of Social Governance in the Perspective of Sharing Economy. Journal of the Party School of the CPC Central Committee. June 2018.
Zhang Hongbin, Huang Haiyan. Effects of Risk Self-retention on Performance of Small-and-Micro Innovative Startups. East China Economic Management. November 2018.
Hu Die, Wang Yuandi, Jiashun Huang, Huang Haiyan（as correspondent）. How Do Different Innovation Forms Mediate the Relationship Between Environmental Regulation and Performance? Journal of Cleaner Production. 2017,161
Huang Haiyan. Effects of Differentiated and Transformative Leadership on Knowledge Sharing in Public Sector Teams. China Public Administration. December 2016.
Huang Haiyan, Su Dejin, Li Weidong. Effects of Learning from Failures on Individuals’ Innovative Behaviors—the Moderating Effects of Psychological Resilience and Perceived Organizational Support. Science of Science and Research of Science and Technology. May 2016.
Huang Haiyan, Wu Bei. Research on Relation among the Transactive Memory System, Dynamic Capabilities, and Individuals’ Innovative Behaviors. Science Research Management. April 2016.
Huang Haiyan, Chen Xiaolin. Opening A New Chapter of Balanced two-dimensional Innovation. Guangming Daily. January 6th, 2016.
Huang Haiyan. Effects of Working Pressures on National Auditors: The Moderating Role of Psychological Detachment. China Public Administration. December 2015.
Huang Haiyan. Influence Mechanism of Informal Networks on Innovation Performance—the Moderating Role of Performance Evaluation Orientation. Soft Science. February 2015.
Huang Haiyan. Transactive Memory System and the Innovation Performance of R&D Teams: The Moderating Variable of Psychological Security. Management Review. December 2014.
Huang Haiyan. Working Pressures from Performance-oriented Evaluation on R&D Personnel—the Moderating Role of Performance Curve Correlation. Science of Science and Management of Science and Technology. July 2014
Huang Haiyan. Effects of Informal Networks on Individuals’ Innovative Behaviors—the Moderating Role of Perceived Organization Support. Studies in Science of Science. April 2014.
Huang Haiyan. Effects of Customers’ Participation on the R&D Performance of New Products: The Meditating Role of Dynamic Capabilities. Economic Management. March 2014. (Cover article)
Huang Haiyan, Pai Peiwen. Research on Working Pressure, Perceived Organizational Support and Performance of CPAs. Auditing Research. February 2014.
Huang Haiyan. Research on Employees’ Territorial Behaviors—based on the Perspective of Demographic Statistics. Journal of Nanjing University. January 2014.
Huang Haiyan. Influence of Servant Leadership and Job Satisfaction on Innovative Behaviors of R&D Personnel. Contemporary Economic Management. October 2013. (Republished by Renmin University’s journals)
Huang Haiyan. Effects of Interpersonal Relation in R&D team on Innovative Performance—the Mediating Variable of Transactive Memory System. Science of Science and Management of Science and Technology. October 2011.
Huang Haiyan, Li Qianwen. The personality Heterogeneity and Innovation Performance R&D Team Members: The Meditating Variable of Transactive Memory System. Journal of Intelligence. April 2011.
Huang Haiyan, Li Qianwen. The Employ Ability of R&D Personnel in the Era of Boundaryless Career. Science & Technology and Economy. April 2011.
Huang Haiyan, Chen Song, Li Qianwen. Research on the Employ Ability of R&D Personnel in the Era of Boundaryless Career—Based on Gender. Finance and Trade Research. April 2010.
Huang Haiyan, Chen Song, Li Qianwen. Comparison of Contributing Factors to Salary Satisfaction of R&D Personnel in Private Sector and National R&D Institutions. Science & Technology and Economy. February 2010.
Huang Haiyan, Chen Song. Employ Ability in the Era of Boundaryless Career. East China Economic Management. January 2010.
Huang Haiyan. Research on the Difference in Job-seeking Behaviors of Fresh Graduates—in the Perspective of Personality Traits. Contemporary Economic Management. June 2010.
1. Research on Innovative Behaviors, Causes of Enterprise Performance and Boundary Conditions. Economic and Management Publishing House. December 2019. (As the writer)
Public Participation of Development Programs. Changjiang Press. August 2006. (As a co-writer)
Associate Professor Ju Jie, female, owns a doctoral degree of Management.
1997: Bachelor’s degree, Henan College of Finance and Economics
2004: Master’s degree of Economics, major in Accounting, Harbin University of Commerce
2010: Doctorate degree of Management, major in Business Management, Nanjing University.
Dr. Ju was a member to the scientific and technological innovation team in auditing science and technology under the “Qinglan Program” of the Department of Education of Jiangsu province in 2006, served as a member to the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) from 2012 to 2015, and attended the Visiting Scholar Program at UT Austin from April 2013 to April, 2014.
Her research focuses on internal audit and auditing practice. Some of her studies have been published on Nanjing Journal of Social Sciences and Journal of Audit & Economics. The Science of Internal Audit, a book she coedited, was singled out as one of the best coursebooks in Jiangsu province. She has presided over several research programs financed by the Natural Science Foundation and the Philosophy and Social Science Foundation under the Department of Education of Jiangsu and participated in a dozen of projects sponsored by the National Social Science Foundation and enterprises.
Academic Degree: Master
professional title: Senior auditor
Research Area: Government auditing
Chinese Auditing System and Standard (instructed in English, for foreign postgraduates)
Theory and Frontier Practice of National Audit (instructed in English, for foreign postgraduates)
Public Sector Auditing in Foreign Countries (for postgraduates)
Public Sector Auditing (for undergraduates)
August 2013-June 2014：Humphrey Fellow, Boston University
September 1997-June 2000: MBA, Nanjing University Business School
September 1989-June 1992: Accounting major, Nanjing Audit College
July 1992-May 2011: staff at the CNAO’s Commissioner Office in Nanjing
June 2011-May 2018: Deputy director of the CNAO’s Commissioner Office in Nanjing
November 2015-May 2018: Head of Teaching and Research Division at Auditing Officials Training College, NAU
June 2018 to date: Associate Professor at the Government Auditing College, NAU
1. Research on the Course Design of Education and Training in Auditing Profession, Internal Auditing in China,2019(12)
2. Research on the Education and Training System in Auditing Profession, China Audit,2016(24)
3. Empirical Analysis on the Establishment of Evaluation Standards for Performance Audit, Internal Auditing in China, 2007(9)
4. Review on and Insight into Audit of Budget Implementation, Contemporary Auditing, 2002(3)
Professor Qi Zhendong, male, born in 1975 in Huaibei, Anhui, owns a doctoral degree in management.
September 1993-June 1996: major in State-owned Asset Management, Tongling University
April 1995-October 1997: Bachelor’s degree of Economics, major in Accounting, Anhui University of Finance and Economics
September 2001-January 2004: Master’s degree of Management, major in Accounting, Anhui University of Finance and Economics
February 2004-June 2009: Doctoral Degree of Management, major in Business Management, School of Management, Xi’an Jiaotong University
Research Areas and Achievements:
Professor Qi Zhendong focuses on the research in such areas as theory and practice in auditing, theory, and methods of human resources management. He has presided over and participated in a dozen of national and provincial research programs. More than 40 academic papers have been published on Accounting Research, Science Research Management, Audit Research and other periodicals, while more than 10 papers have been republished on Renmin University’s periodicals. Prof. Qi also published 2 books, and won a third prize in the 13th Philosophy and Social Science Achievement Competition in Jiangsu.
Professor Wang Shihong, female, born in 1971, owns a doctoral and post-doctoral degree in Management and is acting as the deputy director of the School of Government Audit, NAU.
September 1991-July 1995: Bachelor’s degree of Arts, major in English, Sichuan University
September 2001-July 2004: Master’s degree of Management, major in Accounting, Tinjin University of Finance and Economics
September 2006-July 2009: Doctoral degree of Management, major in Business Management, Nanjing University Business School
January 2012 to date, Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Government Management, Nanjing University
October-December 2006: studying at Queensland University of Technology, Australia
May-October 2010, visiting scholar at San Jose State University, USA
NAU’s President Nomination Award for Teachers of 2014
Teaching Quality Awards of 2012 and of 2013.
Prof. Wang’s fields of research are mainly government audit and internal audit. She presided over an ongoing research program supported by the National Natural Science Foundation, and finished the program, “Research on Human Resource Auditing, and Its Governance Mechanism”, one financed by the National Social Science Foundation (14BGL074).She presided over Humanities and Social Science project of Ministry of Education (10YJC630247). She was also in charge of a national postdoctoral research project (2013M531335) and a provincial postdoctoral research project (1201052C) and a program under Jiangsu’s Department of Education (2012SJB630043). She has participated in key and general programs funded by the National Natural Science Foundation, and other provincial and departmental research projects. More than 20 of her academic papers have been published on Accounting Research, Science Research Management, Chinese Public Administration, Auditing Research, and other journals.
September 1998-July 2001: Master’s degree of Management, major in Management of Agricultural Economy, Nanjing Agricultural University
September 2007-January 2011: Doctoral degree of Management, major in Accounting (auditing area), Wuhan University
July 2011-July 2014: Postdoctoral researcher of Business Management, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
2013、2019：visiting scholar at Louisiana State University (US) and University of Reading (UK)
Elected as a member of the UN’s Board of Auditors in 2007, Professor Wang participated in the auditing of UN’s Integrated Missions. She audited UNFICYP, UNMIT and UNU from 2009 to 2013.
Professor Wang’s research focuses on state governance and national auditing, including state governance and national auditing, resource environment audit, and audit quality. More than 20 of her academic papers have been published on Accounting Research. She has presided over a research program supported by the National Social Science Foundation and several provincial and city level projects.
Associate Professor Zhang Wenxiu, female, born in Fenyang, Shanxi province, in November 1975, owns a doctoral degree in Management. She is the deputy director of the International Joint Audit Institute and the School of International Exchange, NAU. As a UN auditor and CISA, she is also a member to the China Audit Society and Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).
September 1993 - July 1997: Bachelor’s degree of Engineering, major in Automation, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
May 2001 - June 2004: Master’s degree of Management, major in Information Science, Nanjing University
September 2005 - June 2008, Doctoral degree of Management, major in Information Science, Nanjing University
August 2010 - February 2011, Visiting scholar to Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherland ,one of the IAEP elite universities, under a scholarship program of Jiangsu province
Honorary Titles and Working Experience
In August, 2011, Professor Zhang won a third prize in the 10th Competition of Higher Education and Scientific Research Achievements organized by the Higher Education Society of Jiangsu.
In 2013, 2014, 2020 and 2021, she provided auditing services for the UN, receiving high praise from the National Audit Office for her excellent performance.
Professor Zhang focuses on the research on IT-based audit, publishing more than 30 papers on domestic and foreign journals, such as Auditing Research and Research of Audit & Economics. Some of her papers were republished on journals of Renmin University. As the writer of two books and the cowriter of 6 coursebooks, she has participated in three national level research programs and presided over or participated in several provincial and city level projects.
Associate Professor Zhao Shan, female, born in 1972 in Linyi, Shandong province, owns a doctoral degree in management.
September 1991--July 1995: Bachelor’s degree of Management, major in Labor Economics, Shandong Technology and Business University.
September 1997--July 2000: Master’s degree of Management, major in Accounting, Shandong University of Finance and Economics.
September 2004--December 2008: Doctoral degree of Management, major in Agricultural Economics and Management, College of Economics and Management of Nanjing Agricultural University.
February 2015--February 2016: Visiting scholar in Schulich School of Business, Toronto York University
2010：Excellent Course Award for Higher Teaching in Jiangsu （Internal Audit）
2009, Excellent Course Award for Higher Teaching in NAU (Internal Control)
Research Areas and Achievements
Associate Professor Zhao Shan’s research areas include the theory and practice of internal audit, internal control, government auditing, etc. She has presided over and participated in several research programs, including two financed by the National Social Science Foundation, one by the Social Science Foundation of the Ministry of Education of China, and others by the Department of Education of Jiangsu province. More than 30 academic papers have been published on Journal of Audit & Economics and On Economic Problems, quite a few of which were even republished on Auditors’ Digest of Renmin University of China. She also published a book on internal control.
Associate Professor Zhou Minli, male, born in Shuyang, Jiangsu, owns a doctoral degree of Management with the certificates of CICPA and ACCA. He is a UN auditor, and a member of AICPA and CICPA. He also acts as a special trainer to NAO and local audit offices, China Institute of Internal Audit and local institutes, large central enterprises and listed companies, an international trainer of AICPA, head of the IAEP Education Center of NAU. As a researcher at the Center for the Development Research of China Internal Audit, his research focuses on internal audit, enterprise audit, capital market audit, fraud audit, internal control, and risk management.
September 2002-June 2006: Bachelor’s degree of Management, major in Accounting, Nanjing University of Science and Technology
September 2006-June 2011: Doctoral degree of Management, major in Management Science and Engineering (Management Information System), Nanjing University of Science and Technology
July 2011-August 2012: the Department of Planning and Financial Management, Huatai Securities
August 2012-May 2013: the Department of Investment Bank, Nanjing Securities
May 2013- February 2014: the Department of Investment Bank, Sinolink Securities
March 2014 to date: the Department of Internal Audit, Nanjing Audit University
Young Talent Award of 2021 (Jiangsu provincial level)
First-prize Teaching Award of 2020 for Young Teachers in Higher Institutions (Jiangsu provincial level)
May 1 Innovation Talent Award of 2020 (Jiangsu provincial level)
Skilled Talent Award of 2020 (Jiangsu provincial level)
Third-prize Counselor Award of 2020 for Excellent Graduation Papers in Higher Institutions (Jiangsu provincial level)
Third Prize at the 7th Micro Course Competition of NAU in 2020
First Prize at the 8th Teaching Competition of Young Teachers at NAU in 2019
Third Prize at the National Courseware Competition in 2015 (major participant)
Third Prize for the courseware of Higher Institutions at the National Exchanges and Demonstration of IT-based Education and Teaching (major participant)
Second-prize Counselor Award of 2014 for Excellent Graduation Papers of Graduates (provincial level)
Third-prize Counselor Award of 2013 for Excellent Graduation Papers of Graduates (provincial level)
Research Areas and Achievements
Associate Professor Zhou focuses on the research on internal audit, enterprise audit, capital market audit, fraud audit, internal control, and risk management. More than 10 of his academic papers have been published on Audit Research, China Audit, Friends of Accountants, Finance and Accounting, and Technology Economics. He has presided over four research programs sponsored by the Institute of Internal Audit, the Philosophy and Social Foundation of Jiangsu and local institutes of internal audit, and eight projects on internal audit and financial counselling for the State Grid Corporation of China, the State Administration for Science, Technology, and Industry for National Defense, large and medium SOEs and listed companies. Besides, he has participated in 6 projects under the National Social Science Foundation for Youth, NAO, World Bank, the Audit Office of CMC, National Health Commission, and the Economic and Information Technology Commission of Jiangsu. He provided counselling service for Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation Limited, Shenhua Energy Company Limited, China Energy, Huatai Securities, Nanjing Iron & Steel Limited and other larger companies. He participated in multiple UN auditing programs and presided over seven research programs supported by NAU. He participated in the compiling of several coursebooks, including Auditing, Basic of Auditing, System Audit, Basic Practice of Corporate Lawyer.
Name: Zhu Zunhong
Academic Degree: PhD
Research Areas: government audit, internal audit
Course: Taxation (ACCA), Regulation (USCPA), government audit
September 1990-July 1994: Bachelor’s degree of Economics, major in Public Finance, Anhui University of Finance and Economics
April 1997-March: Master’s degree of Management, major in Accounting, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics
September 2006-December 2009: Doctoral degree of Economics, major in Public Finance, School of Public Finance and Taxation, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
July 1994-August 2012: Faculty at Nanjing Audit University
September 2010-March 2013: Postdoctoral researcher on Applied Economics at Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences
March 2012-December 2012: NAO’s Commissioner in Chengdu agency (under the official-exchange program)
August 2012 to date: Professor at Nanjing Audit University. Since 2015, he has served as vice Dean of International Business School, Vice Dean of International Audit School, Deputy Director (chair) of the Research Center of Modern Audit Development, Director, Deputy Secretary and Secretary of School of Government Audit, and Dean of School of Engineering Audit.
March 2013-August 2014: Visiting scholar at Chicago University, USA
December 2016- November 2019: Deputy director of Audit office of Tibet Autonomous Region (under the official-exchange program), in charge of government investment auditing
1. Research on the Innovation Mechanism and Implementation Methods of the Endeavors to Build a Beautiful Tibet through Auditing (on-going program under the National Social Science Foundation)
2. Theory and Methods to Improve Local Governance in Tibet through Fiscal Audit (on-going and key program under the Tibet Social Science Foundation)
3. Research on Internal Audit and Internal Control Management in Jiangsu Branch of the Bank of Communications (on-going project, working with Jiangsu Branch)
4. Audit Plan Compiling and Counselling Services (on-going project, working with the Audit Bureau of Licheng District, Jinan City)
5. Research on Improving China’s Taxation System for An Energy-conserving and Environmentally-friendly Society—China’s Current Taxation System, Taxation System Improvement and Evaluations of its Effect (finished, under the Culture and Social Science Foundation of the Ministry of Education)
1. Zhu Zunhong. Key Problems on Improving the Efficiency of Auditing-based Oversight. China Audit, 2012-2-3.
2. Zhu Zunhong. Exploration on the Function of Government Audit under Market Economy Conditions—Based on the Perspective of the Audit Immune System Theory. Economic System Reform,2011, (6)
3. Zhu Zunhong, Hu Moqi. An Introduction to the Pre-school Audit of UK and Inspiring Thoughts for China. China Audit, 2018, (7)
4. Zhu Zunhong, Huang Shasha. A Positive Analysis of Inter-office Collaboration in Internal Audit—Based on the Analysis of State-owned Listed Companies in Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Finance and Economics, 2018, (4)
5. Zhu Zunhong, Huang Shasha. An Empirical Research on Green Transition of Taxation System and Environment Pollution—Based on the Analysis of the Panel Data of Provinces. Taxation Research,2018, (8)
6. Zhu Zunhong. Related Taxation Reforms on Natural Resource Tax in the Perspective of Sustainable Development. Taxation Research,2010, (7).
7. Zhu Zunhong. Taxation Integration: Conceptual Interpretation and Reference to Taxation System. Macroeconomics, 2010, (9).
8. Zhu Zunhong, Zhang Jiuru. A Review on the Taxation System in Structural Tax Reduction. Finance and Economics, 2011, (4).
9. Chen Jiandong, Wang Ping, Zhu Zunhong. An Analysis on the Contributing Factors of Personal Income Tax Revenue in China. Taxation Research,2020, (2).
10. Jiandong Chen, Yinyin Wu, Malin Song, Zunhong Zhu. Stochastic Frontier Analysis of Productive Efficiency in China’s Forestry Industry. Journal of Forest Economics,2017, (28).
1. Second Prize for the National Achievement Award in Statistics for 2010 (by National Bureau of Statistics)
2. Excellent Young Teacher Award for 2006 under the “QingLan Program” (by the Department of Education of Jiangsu)
1. Yan Weilong, Hou Xiaoxian, Zhu Zunhong. Research on National Auditing System and Modernized Capabilities under the Framework of National Governance. People's Publishing House, 2017.
2. Jiang Daming, Li Shuping, Zhu Zunhong. Taxation (New Version). Nanjing University Publishing House, 2010.
3. Yin Ping, Zhu Zunhong. Teaching Reforms and Innovative
Research of Government Audit. Economic Science Press, 2011.
4. Yin Ping, Zhu Zunhong. Government Audit and National Economic Security. China Time and Economic Press, 2011.