The Chinese civil service; career open to talent?

Boston, Heath [1963] .

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Subjects China.
Civil service -- China -- History.
Civil service.
Series Problems in Asian civilizations.
Description 110 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Family vs. merit in the examination system / E.A Kracke Jr. -- City and village: the inequality of opportunity / P'an Kuang-Tan, Fei Hsiao-T'ung -- Merit and money / Chang Chung-Li -- Family vs. merit in the Ming and Ch'ing dynasties / Ping-Ti Ho -- The hereditary privilege vs. merit / Karl A. Wittfogel -- Patterns of downward mobility / Francis L.K. Hsu -- Bureaucratic and non-bureaucratic determinants of promotion / Robert M. Marsh -- The struggle of monarch and nobility: origin of the career open to talent / Max Weber -- Mobility in an oriental despotism / Karl A. Wittfogel -- Region, family, and individual in the examination system / E.A. Kracke, Jr. -- Qualification for office: expertise or character? / Heinz Friese -- Sponsorship and the selection of talent / E.A. Kracke, Jr. -- The criteria of excellence / David S. Nivison.
Genre History.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)965220
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Meskill, Johanna Margarete Menzel, 1930-
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