The article deals with the origin of the public officials’ recruitment based on an open competition, as it was introduced in the praxis by the Catholic Church over the centuries. The two fundamental stages were the decrees of the IV Lateran Council and of the Council of Trent. After them, the public competition was adopted in assigning the office of parish priest, in order to search for the most capable and suitable one. Moreover, two important canonical provisions in the years 1721 and 1742 foresaw the current form of public competition. Finally, it is analysed the application of the principle of merit in the assignment of university chairs in the 16th century..

Fantappiè, C. (2019). L’invention du concours public. HISTORIA ET IUS, 15/2019(paper 21), 1-11 [10.32064/15.2019.21].

L’invention du concours public

carlo fantappiè
2019-01-01

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The article deals with the origin of the public officials’ recruitment based on an open competition, as it was introduced in the praxis by the Catholic Church over the centuries. The two fundamental stages were the decrees of the IV Lateran Council and of the Council of Trent. After them, the public competition was adopted in assigning the office of parish priest, in order to search for the most capable and suitable one. Moreover, two important canonical provisions in the years 1721 and 1742 foresaw the current form of public competition. Finally, it is analysed the application of the principle of merit in the assignment of university chairs in the 16th century..
Fantappiè, C. (2019). L’invention du concours public. HISTORIA ET IUS, 15/2019(paper 21), 1-11 [10.32064/15.2019.21].
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