E3S Web Conf.
Volume 235, 20212020 International Conference on New Energy Technology and Industrial Development (NETID 2020)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Analysis on the Development of Intelligent Supply Chain and Internet Digital Industrialization|
|Published online||03 February 2021|
The research of co-evolution mechanisms between cross-border e-commerce and manufacturing cluster: An Agent-based model
The Business School Ningbo University Ningbo, China
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China’s cross-border e-commerce industry presents the development trend as the service industry clusters, and interacts closely with the traditional manufacturing clusters. However, the mechanism for the coordinated evolution of the two kinds of clusters is not clear yet. This paper defines the cross-border e-commerce and the manufacturing cluster under collaboration as a complex socio-economic adaptation system that includes manufacturers, service providers, government behaviors and market demands. An agent-based collaborative model is designed by three types of agents and four driving interaction mechanisms, then the co-evolution mechanisms are observed and discussed in the process of dynamic evolution. Based on the rationality and feasibility of the model, the research explored the trend of co-evolution through scenario simulations and analysis, improved the mechanisms of co-evolution, and pointed out that cross-border e-commerce is one of the ways to transform and upgrade the manufacturing cluster. The conclusion of the study provides evolutionary ideas for export-oriented industrial clusters to coordinate with the cross-border e-commerce.
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