Track Co-Chairs

Dehua He
Associate Professor
hedehua@mail.hzau.edu.cn
Huazhong Agricultural University

 

 

Deyi Zhou
Professor
zdy@mail.hzau.edu.cn
Huazhong Agricultural University

 

 

 

Amar Razzaq
Ph.D.
amar.razzaq@hotmail.com
Huazhong Agricultural University

 

 

Muhammad Rizwan
Associate Professor
rizwaneco@yangtzeu.edu.cn
Yangtze University

 

 

 

Brief Introduction

With the development of the internet, cross-border e-commerce has become an important new form for international trade. While it harvests huge profits, it faces enormous difficulties and competition between online and offline businesses. Different types of business models from different countries and regions have been tried to take advantage of internet and avoid physical and legal barriers. At the same time, government departments have tried various institutional reforms and policy interventions to promote international trade. In order to understand the business logic of cross-border e-commerce between different countries and regions, it is very useful to collect and analyze these different innovations in private and public sectors which may address cross-border ecommerce logistics problems, payment problems, tariff collections, education etc. We welcome a variety of submissions which may include successful solutions and practice-oriented papers, case studies, and unique phenomena that have a theoretical contribution to cross-border e-commerce. Papers that focus on cross-border e-commerce for agricultural-related products in the “Belt and Road” countries are particularly welcomed.

Topics

1. The inter-governmental cooperation in cross-border e-commerce
2. Tariff issues in cross-border e-commerce
3. Online-offline integration in cross-border e-commerce
4. Cross-border e-commerce and cross-border network development
5. Integration between cross-border e-commerce practice and education in higher education
6. Product selection in cross-border e-commerce
7. Logistic problems and their solutions.
8. EWTP and its impacts on cross border ecommerce
9. Social and environmental impacts of cross border ecommerce