Recent years, the digital economy in East Asia has been a hot topic in international academic arena and public sectors, especially the launch of China’s Internet + strategy. A cooperative study program of the East Asia digital economy has been initiated by the Center for Innovation and Development, UCAS (CNID-UCAS) and London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to explore the rules and experience of the East Asia digital innovation. The program is funded by both China and the UK and international seminars will be held in these two countries.
Supported by Technological Forecasting and Social Change (TFSC), a famous international journal, researcher Yujiang from the SPPM, UCAS and professor Jonathan Liebenau from LSE will create a special issue in this journal and assume guest editor, which would increase the influence of related study around the globe.
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