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Sep 11, 2014 · This book investigates how bishops deployed reward and punishment to control their administrative subordinates in thirteenth-century England. Bishops had few effective avenues available to them for disciplining their clerks, and rarely pursued them, preferring to secure their service and loyalty through rewards. Oct 22, 2012 · This book investigates how bishops deployed reward and punishment to control their administrative subordinates in thirteenth-century England. It brings together ecclesiastical, social, legal, and cultural history, producing the first synoptic study of thirteenth-century English diocesan administration in decades and provides an ecclesiastical counterpoint to studies of similar. Apr 01, 2014 · Yet all bishops relied on their household clerks for the smooth running of their dioceses. The relationship between bishops and their clerks, and in particular the way in which the administrators were rewarded and their loyalties retained, is illuminated by this thoughtful and deeply researched book by Michael Burger. "This book investigates how bishops deployed reward and punishment to control their administrative subordinates in thirteenth-century England. Bishops had few effective avenues available to them for disciplining their clerks and rarely pursued them, preferring to secure their.

Bishops, Clerks, and Diocesan Governance in Thirteenth-Century England: Reward and Punishment. [Michael Burger] -- This book investigates how bishops deployed reward and punishment to control their administrative subordinates in thirteenth-century England. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.

Michael Burger firmly acknowledges and confronts those challenges, as he seeks to understand how thirteenth-century English bishops acted as "line managers" although he does not actually use the term within their dioceses, rewarding and if necessary disciplining their administrators-by whom he means the clerics, not the laymen. This book investigates how bishops deployed reward and punishment to control their administrative subordinates in thirteenth-century England. Bishops had few effective avenues available to them for disciplining their clerks and rarely pursued them, preferring to secure their. 978-1-107-02214-0 - Bishops, Clerks, and Diocesan Governance in Thirteenth-Century England: Reward and Punishment Michael Burger Excerpt More information. 3. England: Reward and Punishment Michael Burger Excerpt More information. 6 The Problem. Nov 28, 2013 · Michael Burger firmly acknowledges and confronts those challenges, as he seeks to understand how thirteenth-century English bishops acted as "line managers" although he does not actually use the term within their dioceses, rewarding and if necessary disciplining their administrators--by whom he means the clerics, not the laymen.

This book investigates how bishops deployed reward and punishment to control their administrative subordinates in thirteenth-century England. Bishops had few effective avenues available to them for disciplining their clerks and rarely pursued them, preferring to secure their service and loyalty through rewards. The chief reward was the benefice, often granted for life. Episcopal administrators.

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