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조선후기 양반관료의 임용·승진·전보 사례분석(조선후기 관계·관직의 제배승천고)
A study on public personnel management system in the later period of the Lee Dynasty

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Authors
이종일
Issue Date
1986
Publisher
Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University
Citation
Korean Journal of Policy Studies, Vol.1, pp. 171-180
Abstract
In the later period of the Lee Dynasty, the public personel administration ran completely out of
the established principle. The most serious irregularity may be about the transfer of high rank
officials: Many high rank officials experienced the transfer of their positions 40 times within 3 years
in average, meaning that each official was transfered in one month or two. No wonder they could
not understand the contents of their new jobs. Thus, they had no other way than to rely on lower-level bureaucrats, since these bureaucrats remained almost permanently in their positions. Moreover,
the rank system itself was much hurted the practice that many high-rank officials in symbolic higher-level
positions preferred important lower-level positions. This practice gave a severe blow to the
class system of the dynasty: one's official rank was no more matched with his social status. All these
were parts of factors which caused the slow destruction of the noble class in the later period of the
Lee Dynasty.
ISSN
1225-5017
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/70409
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