Reflections on International Administration

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Reflections on International Administration

By A. Loveday
Oxford University Press, 1956
334 pp. $6.75

Though modestly presented as "reflections," this book by the former Director of the Economic, Financial and Transit Department of the League of Nations presents many well-considered and sober conclusions on the problems of organizing and operating an international agency: the type of personnel required, the maintenance of staff morale and discipline, the functioning of committees, the conduct of research and the handling of finances.

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