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The Necessities of University-Enterprise Genuine Cooperation: A Case Study from Cross-border E-commerce

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Shengnan Chen 1


1 School of International Business, Zhejiang International Studies University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310023, China

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Shengnan Chen


University-Enterprise cooperation (UEC) is the must-do if the application-oriented university intends to achieve connotative development. To study the necessities of University-Enterprise Genuine Cooperation (UEGC) is worthy of enhancing talent cultivation. This study chooses case method to study "3+1" experimental program in school of International Business, ZISU, explores the necessities of UEGC and provides the experiences for further development. 


UEGC, Necessities, Cross-Border E-commerce


Shengnan Chen, The Necessities of University-Enterprise Genuine Cooperation: A Case Study from Cross-border E-commerce. Information and Knowledge Management (2022) Vol. 3: 6-13. DOI:


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