Investigating responses to China’s Digital Silk Road initiative

From the second century to the middle of the 15th century, the Silk Road, or more appropriately, the Silk Routes, provided a way for trade and culture to be exchanged between Asia and Europe. The routes connected East and West across more than 6,400 kilometers, allowing economic, cultural, political, and religious exchange to take place. Research published in the European Journal of International Management takes a look at the online successor to the Silk Routes, China’s Digital Silk Road initiative.

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