When we talk about digital commerce, attention is most often focused on the electronically sale and purchase of goods and services by consumers. Much less is said about the digital exchanges, through information and communication technologies, that take place between companies during the process of manufacturing a good or producing a service. Even less is said about the digitization of processes and documentation required for international trade.
Patrick Leblond, Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa will shed light on these lesser known aspects of digital trade. In particular, he will discuss the issues associated with the digitization of supply chains and logistics in international trade. Finally, the seminar will address the international governance issues related to these challenges.
Julien Martin, full professor at ESG UQAM and principal researcher of the CIRANO global economy theme will moderate the conference and the question period.
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