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Reflections on International Administration
Reflections on International Administration
By A. Loveday
Oxford University Press, 1956, 334 pp

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.