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Meritocracy, Cognitive Ability, and the Sources of Occupational
Gender, Race, and Meritocracy in Organizational Careers1
and ensuring meritocracy, policies with limited transparency and .
Credit Constraints, Competition, and Meritocracy
meritocracy — brought about by credit market imperfections that arise as a consequence In a meritocratic society most firms are well run and wages are high.
This is not how the modern meritocracy was supposed to work.

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Najib says 100pc meritocracy will breed 'mediocrity'
The Lawbringer: Mailbag 5.0
The New Horde and Orgrimmar reminds me of a loose fascism or meritocracy-based structure. The Warchief is the supreme ruler, unquestionably, who sets the goals and aims of both the government's civilian and military arms.
Why Jonathan picked 2 ministers from Ogun –OBJ
Obasanjo, who was addressing members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) across the 20 local government areas of Ogun State said they were carefully chosen in line with Jonathan's love for meritocracy over mediocrity.
This Land Is Your Land
America is exceptional, the fact that America is still a meritocracy. MW: That's an interesting word, meritocracy.
Meritocracy must guide selection for civil service
One of them is that the PSD, which plays a leading role in the implementation of the initiatives, may find it difficult to hold fast to meritocracy as its guiding principle when selecting candidates.

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Meritocracy definition at, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
Meritocracy - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
a system in which the talented are chosen and moved ahead on the basis of their achievement. 2.
The Meritocracy Myth
In our book The Meritocracy Myth (Rowman & Littlefield, 2004), <http://www. rowmanlittlefield.
An esoterically structured meritocracy utilizes spiritual values and wisdom as the measure of merit, rather than intellect and personality ambition.

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