On 21 September,2022, MOE Social Science Lab of Digital Economic Forecasts ＆ Policy Simulation at UCAS (hereinafter referred to as "Key Lab of Digital Economy at UCAS") held an academic seminar, inviting experts and scholars from Renmin University of China, Peking University, the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), and etc. to share and exchange opinions on the newly released academic report "Analysis of Ecological Complexity of Online Food Delivery Service Platforms" (hereinafter referred to as "the report"), a research result of the Key Lab of Digital Economy at UCAS.
Contactless Economy represented by takeaways is developing rapidly. The complexity of the takeaway ecosystem and how the ecosystem will promote the economic recovery in the future have become a topic of concern. With the support of the Key Lab of Digital Economy at UCAS, Professor Lyu Benfu and his team members completed the report after six months of investigations and research.
At the seminar, Professor Lyu Benfu introduced the report from five aspects: current situation of the online food delivery service industry in China, the supply guarantee measures of the online food delivery service platforms, the leading role of the online food delivery service platforms, the thinking of takeaways promoting the development, and the prospect of the sustainable and healthy development of the online food delivery service platforms. The report also proposes suggestions for the sustainable and healthy development of the online food delivery service platforms, pointing out that the online food delivery service platforms has started a new era of "everything can be taken away", It has added new development to traditional industries, reflecting the social value of the online food delivery service platforms in economic development. In the future, the online food delivery service platforms should continue to keep pace with the times so that to get greater development.
After that, the participants had a heated discussion on the report. They shared their thoughts and understanding of the report and also proposed constructive suggestions for future study in the future.