Reflection and Innovation of Undergraduate Teaching in E-Commerce

Author(s): Fengna Ge

ABSTRACT
As a technical and commercial revolution, e-commerce has an impact on the development of social economy more and more profoundly, and changes men’s business model and lifestyle fundamentally. Shortages of talents on e-commerce have become a “bottleneck” restricting China’s e-commerce development. However, undergraduate teachings in e-commerce have some shortcomings. Out of line with social demands, trainings for talents are of low quality. Therefore, reflecting problems of current undergraduate teachings in e-commerce, thus to explore solutions to these problem is undoubtedly of great theoretical and practical significance.

Source:

Journal: Modern Economy
DOI: 10.4236/me.2016.76077 (PDF)
Paper Id: 67724 (metadata)

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