The public service and university education.
Princeton, Princeton Univ. Press, [publisher not identified], 1949.
vi, 246 pages ; 21 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Wartime personnel administration in Federal agencies, by P.H. French. The role of the United States Civil Service Commission, by A.S. Flemming. The top manager and his environment, by D.C. Stone. A business executive looks at government, by R.A. Lovett. Problems of structure and personnel, by H.S. Hensel. The needs of the Foreign Service, by G.F. Kennan. Training for the Foreign Service, by Selden Chapin. Education and foreign affairs: a challenge for the universities, by F.S. Dunn. The British civil service, by Sir James Grigg. The Foreign Service, by E.L. Woodward. An American view of the British experience, by Paul Appleby. A first view: the university-wide approach, by J.M. Gaus. A second view: an American administrative class? By Rowland Egger. Managing the public's business, by James Forrestal.