Prior to starting my PhD in 2019, I was a lecturer in Indonesia, primarily teaching taxation courses for accounting students. I earned a master’s degree in international accounting and finance from the University of Birmingham, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Universitas Indonesia.
My doctoral research aims to investigate how tax authority implements its tax education programmes as one of its efforts to improve people’s awareness of taxation and, ultimately, increase tax compliance. Specifically, my research examines the implementation of a tax education programme in Indonesia, where tax awareness content is incorporated into the tertiary education curriculum.
- Tax literacy and education
- Tax administration and compliance
Working thesis titleIntegrating tax education into the tertiary education curriculum: A case study of Indonesia
- Master of Science in International Accounting and Finance, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (2014)
- Bachelor of Economics in Accounting, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia (2012)
Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia (2016–2019)
- Wicaksono, P. T., Tjen, C., & Indriani, V. (2021). Improving the tax e-filing system in Indonesia: An exploration of individual taxpayers’ opinions. Jurnal Akuntansi dan Auditing Indonesia. (Forthcoming)
- Tjen, C., Indriani, V., & Wicaksono, P. T. (2019). Prior experience, trust, and IS success model: A study on the use of tax e-filing in Indonesia. Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association, 14(1), 240-263.