The United Nations Industrial Development Organization: UNIDO and Problems of International Economic Cooperation

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NOTES
1.
The Programme and Budget Committee (PBC) is an important organ in the UNIDO structure, but it has not been granted status as a main committee.
2.
For details of the procedure of elections to the session organs of the UN system, see N. Padleford, Elections in the United Nations General Assembly: a Study in Political Behavior, 1959; H. Ameri, Politics and Process in the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations, 1982.
3.
For details of the theoretical questions of elections at international organizations, see W. Koo Jr., Voting Procedures in International Political Organizations, 1947.
4.
UNIDO/3.
5.
Ibid.
6.
Ibid.
7.
On groups of states among members, see H. Ameri, Politics and Process.
8.
For details of the question of the People's Republic of China participation in the UN bodies, see K. Mererik, China Representation in the UN, 1965.
9.
J. Chappey, "Les micro-états et les Nations Unies", Annuaire français de droit international, 1973; M. Gunter, "The Problem of Mini-State Membership in the United Nations System," Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, 1977, pp. 476-77; N. Krylov, Prinzipy uchastya, pp. 45-49.
10.
In connection with the unification of Germany in 1990, there will be changes there.
11.
The analysis of the UN secretariat as a main body of that organization was made by S. Bailey, The Secretariat of the United Nations, 1978; T. Meron, The United Nations Secretariat: The Rules and The Practice, 1977.
12.
A. Verdross, Universelles Völkerrecht, p. 523.
13.
G. Langrod, The International Civil Service, 1963.
14.
R. McLaren, Civil Servants and Public Policy: A Comparative Study of International Secretariats, 1980; G. Morozov, International Organizations.
15.
See also T. Weiss, International Bureaucracy: An Analysis of the Operation of Fundamental and Global International Secretariats, 1975.
16.
A vivid example is connected with UN Secretary General D. Hammerskjöld. See B. Urquhart, Hammerskjöld, 1972.
17.
IDB. I/Dec. 2.
18.
G.C. I/Dec. 12.
19.
D. Ait Ouyahia, Évolution de l'Organisation, pp. 148-50.
20.
IDB. I/Dec. 11.
21.
IDB/S. I/Dec. 1.
22.
For general questions, see H. Getz and H. Jütterer, Personal in internationalen Organizationen, 1972; H. Reymond and S. Mailick, International Personnel Politics and Practices, 1985.
23.
K. Köppinger, Der Weg der UNIDO, p. 96.
24.
G. C. I/Dec. 9.
25.
D. Ait Ouyahia, Évolution de l'Organisation pp. 391-94.
26.
D. Ait Ouyahia, for instance, writes about it in Évolution de l'Organisation, pp. 388-90; G. Langrod, The International Civil Service, 1963; R. McLaren , Civil Servants and Public Policy, 1980.
27.
IDB. 2/10, pp. 387-89.

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