China's historical imperial examination system and corporate social responsibility

  title={China's historical imperial examination system and corporate social responsibility},
  author={Xiaoran Kong and Xueying Zhang and Cheng Yan and Kung‐Cheng Ho},
  journal={Pacific-Basin Finance Journal},
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Evaluation of the Modern Value of Imperial Examination Culture in the Context of Cultural Confidence Based on Deep Learning Models

  • Xiu Zhao
  • Sociology
    Mobile Information Systems
  • 2022
National prosperity, national spiritual independence, and cultural security greatly impact the cultural self-confidence. It is also a new era issue that must be answered in building a socialist



Corporate Social Responsibility: Perspectives on the CSR Construct’s Development and Future

This perspectives article seeks to comment and reflect on my 1999 BAS article titled “Corporate Social Responsibility: Evolution of a Definitional Construct,” and subsequent writings addressing these

Historical industrialisation, path dependence and contemporary culture: the lasting imprint of economic heritage on local communities

Culture matters for regional economic development and is one source of cognitive lock-in that influences path creation and dependency. However, little is known about the sources of regional

Confucianism and corporate fraud

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Long Live Keju! The Persistent Effects of China’s Civil Examination System

The effect of China’s civil examination system (keju) on human capital outcomes persists to this day. Using the variation in the density of jinshi—the highest qualification—across 278 Chinese