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2019-02-13

Creating a Sustainable Policy Framework for Cross-Border E-Commerce in China

Abstract

This paper aims to adapt the social network analysis method to explore the characteristics of 59 cross-border e-commerce policies promulgated by the Chinese government from January 2013 to July 2018. On this basis, the paper quantitatively analyzes the internal structure and dynamic layout characteristics of sustainable cross-border e-commerce policy documents focusing on three dimensions: policy service contents, policy regulatory targets, and policy measures. The results suggest that policies involving service contents lack long-term strategic planning, especially those related to taxation and warehousing. In addition, policies regarding service system construction and demonstration construction follow an upward trend, whereas policies related to international cooperation and risk monitoring are less prevalent. Finally, it is suggested that the government pays attention to the supervision of payments, transactions, and goods in the early stage of development, but began conducting comprehensive supervision over all aspects of the cross-border e-commerce supply chain in 2015. Thus, there has been a relatively mature regulatory system established in China with particular attention to the aspects of quality and safety.

 

Keywords: cross-border e-commerce policy; social network analysis; policy service contents; policy regulatory targets; and policy measures; dynamic layout.

 

https://doi.org/10.3390/su11040943

 

 

Su, W.; Wang, Y.; Qian, L.; Zeng, S.; Baležentis, T.; Streimikiene, D. 2019. Creating a Sustainable Policy Framework for Cross-Border E-Commerce in China. In Sustainability. Vol. 11, Issue 4, EISSN 2071-1050, doi:10.3390/su11040943; [AGORA (FAO); AGRICOLA (National Agricultural Library); AGRIS - Agricultural Sciences and Technology (FAO); Animal Science Database (CABI); CAB Abstracts (CABI); Chemical Abstracts (ACS); Current Contents - Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences (Clarivate Analytics); Current Contents - Social & Behavioral Sciences (Clarivate Analytics); DOAJ - Directory of Open Access Journals; EconPapers (RePEc); FSTA - Food Science and Technology Abstracts (IFIS); Genamics JournalSeek; GeoBase (Elsevier); Global Health (CABI); HINARI (WHO); IDEAS (RePEc); Inspec (IET); Journal Citation Reports / Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics); Journal Citation Reports / Social Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics); RePEc; Review of Agricultural Entomology (CABI); Science Citation Index Expanded - Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics); Scopus (Elsevier); Social Sciences Citation Index - Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics); Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics)].

 

 




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