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We should also like to thank our colleagues at CEP for their generous comments, and Maria Koumenta and Ettore Ricciardi for their invaluable research assistance in preparing the data on school performance. Thanks also for comments given by colleagues at the CEP Tuesday workshop, and the CIPD Professional Standards Conference, 2005. NOTES 1. We are indebted to Shushi Okazaki of the Akahata newspaper for information about schools in Japan. 2. The advertising slogan was used by the government’s Teacher Training Agency in the early 2000s.
Some classical theorists have perceived hierarchy negatively, the most famous of these being Marx. Understanding organizations as power systems that are designed to maximize proﬁt and control, Marx argued that hierarchy is utilized to ‘‘deskill’’ workers, rather than to improve efﬁciency. Thus, hierarchy is not a rational system of coordination, as Weber believed, but ‘‘an instrument of control and a means of accumulating capital through the appropriation of surplus value’’ (Scott, 1992, p. 115).
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