the Civil Examination System (established in 603 AD), which was “a very competitive yet efficient system … known for its rigor and fairness” (OECD 2010b:84). The benefits of this system were centred on the low cost for both the government and those sitting the examinations (OECD 2010b). Students were required to write essays of political relevance, a skill that was able to be mastered by even the poorest of students, who were thus capable of becoming “Champions of the Civil Examination” (OECD 2010b:84)
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After a theoretical analysis of the pharmaceutical industry, the research includes the development of an analytical framework, which serves as a basis for the examination of the selected websites. This is followed by an analysis based on the CSR section of the websites of three world leader pharmaceutical wholesalers and service providers within the pharmaceutical industry. A qualitative methodology applied to the
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