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0691075972
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Ezra N. Suleiman
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Princeton University Press (January 21, 1979)
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Elites in French Society: The Politics of Survival.

Elites in French Society: The Politics of Survival. In his investigation of France's "state-created" elites, Professor Suleiman shows the great importance of the grandes écoles in training and promoting the elites, and the grand corps in providing a base from which the elites launch themselves into extra-governmental careers. He also finds that the elites' capacity to adapt to an evolving social, political, and economic environment is a major factor in their ability to survive. Originally published in 1979.

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In the final section of his book, he closely examines the relationship between elites in the public and private sectors.

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Bibliographic Details Publisher: Princeton University Press. Publication Date: 1979.

Series: Princeton Legacy Library. In his investigation of France's "state-created" elites, Professor Suleiman shows the great importance of thegrandes écolesin training and promoting the elites, and thegrand corpsin providing a base from which the elites launch themselves into extra-governmental careers.

By Ezra N. Suleiman ISBN: 9780691635682. In the final section of his book, he closely examines the relationship between elites in the public and private sectors. How do certain institutions manage to preserve their importance in the face of crises, instability, and change?. How does a democratic society legitimize elitist institutions?. In his investigation of France's state-created elites, Professor Suleiman shows the great importance of the grandes ecoles in training and promoting the elites, and the grand corps in providing a base from which the elites launch themselves into extra-governmental careers.

Автор: Suleiman Ezra N. Название: Elites in French Society: The Politics of Survival ISBN: 069160701X . In his investigation of France's "state-created" elites, Professor Suleiman shows the great importance of the "grandes ecoles" in training and promoting the elites, and the "grand corps" in providing a base from which the elites launch themselves into extra-governmental careers.

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Why do some elites survive while others do not? How do certain institutions manage to preserve their importance in the face of crises, instability, and change? How does a democratic society legitimize elitist institutions? Combining the use of important social theories―particularly those of Mosca, Schumpeter, Tocqueville, and Pareto―with empirical analysis, Ezra Suleiman tries to answer these questions in his examination of the dominance and stability of France's governing elites.

The author draws on original survey data, historical evidence, and specialized documentary sources. His three part discussion deals, first, with the state institutions that nurture the French elite; second, with the organization, legitimization, and adaptation of the elite and its institutions; and third, with some of the policy and political implications of France's elitist system. In the final section of his book, he closely examines the relationship between elites in the public and private sectors.

In his investigation of France's "state-created" elites, Professor Suleiman shows the great importance of the grandes écoles in training and promoting the elites, and the grand corps in providing a base from which the elites launch themselves into extra-governmental careers. He also finds that the elites' capacity to adapt to an evolving social, political, and economic environment is a major factor in their ability to survive.

Originally published in 1979.

The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.