Team members: Professor Yang Jianzheng, Zhang Yongqing, Fan Zhongjun, Sun Yingwei, Luo Fang, Zhu Xiaodong, Zhang Baoming, Liu Qin, Ji Hanlin, Lecturer Li Xueqian, Yang Weixin, Yin Pei, Zhao Jinghua, Zhao Gengsheng
Attracting the participation of experts and elites in the field of e-commerce at home and abroad, we will provide local government and enterprises with comprehensive decision-making consulting services by way of academic research, policy consultation, social training and information exchange services, in the hope of becoming an e-commerce “think tank” that integrates scientific research, application and services.
“Social Media User Recommendation Based On Emotion Analysis of On-line Comments” (supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China); “User Recommendation Research Based on Sentiment Analysis in Social Network Environment” (project of the Shanghai Education Development Foundation); “Research on Quantitative Analysis and Assessment Methods for Airport Sustainable Development (project of the Ministry of Education); “Shanghai Digital Resource Sharing Strategy Research Based on Cloud E-commerce, “Shanghai University Think Tank Connotation Construction Plan (strategic research) and other provincial and ministerial level projects; “Electronic Contract Online Formulation Process Specification (revised version), and some projects commissioned by such enterprises as Shanghai Digital Certificate Authority Center Limited Company.
In the past three years, the E-Commerce Research Institute has submitted the following representative consulting reports for decision-making in the same field of research: (1) The proposal put forward was adopted by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL). As the chief expert of the Chinese delegation, Professor Yang Jianzheng, of theE-Commerce Research Institute of USST, participated consecutively ten times in the meetings about online dispute resolution (ODR) of working group III of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law from 2011 to 2016. At the 31th meeting of Working Group III, the Chinese delegation proposed the idea of perfecting the three phases of ODR, making it the basic framework for the final outcome of the conference. The proposal was officially included in the meeting document (document number A/CN.9/833*) as a “proposal of China”. In June 2015, in paragraph 352 of document A/70/17 of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, it was agreed that “any future text should build upon the progress on the third proposal and other proposals”. At the 33th meeting, balancing the opinions of the United States and European countries and coordinating the interests of all the related parties, the Chinese delegation successfully promoted the endorsement of Technical Notes on Online Dispute Resolution in Cross-border E-commerce Transactions by UNCITRAL’s Working Group III, a document based on China’s solutions. On July 6, 2016, the Technical Guidelines was finalized at the annual meeting of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, which was a historic breakthrough of China’s proposals in the UN e-commerce legislation. Its promulgation not only has milestone significance for the worldwide resolution of online cross-border e-commerce disputes, but also sheds a profound impact and important influence on the development of cross-border e-commerce. (2) We played a leading role in the compilation of China’s E-commerce (2015) for the Ministry of Commerce. The report was submitted to the relevant leaders of the Ministry of Commerce and played a positive role in promoting the development of e-commerce in China. (3) In October 2015, we played again a leading role in the composition of “The Enlightenment of the Ownership Change of Yihaodian on the Development of Shanghai E-commerce” (E-commerce Special Report No. 26, 2015, Shanghai Classified Serial Information Printing Permit (K) No. 0710). On October 2015, the special report was regularly submitted to all departments of Shanghai Commercial Affairs. Entrusted by the secretary, this special report was sent to the deputy mayor in charge of business and the electronic version had also been submitted. (4)We led the composition of “strengthening the construction of international legislative think tank to have more right speech in international legislation”, a report of policy recommendation, which was partly adopted by the NPC Financial and Economic Committee and the proposal of the committee was submitted to the fourth meeting of the 12th National People's Congress in 2016. (5) We were responsible for the drafting of “The Modern Logistics Development Plan of Rui’an (2015-2025)”, a city in Zhejiang province. Commissioned by the Development and Reform Bureau of the city, we made the overall planning of the development of modern logistics in Rui’an. The planning was approved by the local authority and has been put into practice, playing an exemplary role in the development of e-commerce in the City.