The 2004 China-Fuzhou International E-Commerce Symposium is the largest and most influential international academic event focused on e-commerce that is hosted in China. The purpose of the Symposium is to promote international communication with respect to academic study. The 2004 symposium consisted of the following forums:
- the "2004 China International E-Commerce Post-Graduate Forum";
- the "2004 China International E-Commerce Undergraduate Forum";
- the "2004 China International E-Commerce Law Forum"; and
- the "2004 China International E-Commerce Application, Technology and Research Forum".
The theme of the symposium was "strengthening academic communication and promoting application research". Participants engaged in in-depth and comprehensive discussions on topics such as e-commerce economics, management, ecology, ethics, law, and related technology.
The symposium attracted attention from local government departments as well as a number of colleges and enterprises abroad. After receiving a total of 389 papers written by scholars of e-commerce in countries such as the US, France, Australia, Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, 133 papers were selected for inclusion in the Anthology, which consists of 5 parts:
- Part 1: E-Commerce Economics and Management;
- Part 2: E-Commerce and Information Technology;
- Part 3: E-commerce Policy and Laws;
- Part 4: E-commerce Courses Development and Study; and
- Part 5: Papers in English.
The Anthology is an important reference for college professors and students majoring in economics, business management, information technology, electronic commerce and computer science, as well as enterprise managers and legal researchers.
The printed Anthology (CN: CN35-1127/G3and ISSN: ISSN1001-9596) is primarily in Chinese, measures 210x285 mm and contains 1.25m characters.
Price: RMB 120
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