The United States Employment Service: Its History, Activities and Organization

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PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH
STUDIES IN ADMINISTRATION.
The System of Financial Administration of Great Britain. By W. F. Willoughby, W. W. Willoughby, and S. M. Lindsay . 378 pp.
The Budget. By René Stourm. T. Plazinski, Translator; W. F. McCaleb, Editor. 648 pp.
The Canadian Budgetary System. By H. C. Villard and W. W. Willoughby. 390 pp.
The Problem of a National Budget. By W. F. Willoughby. 234 pp.
The Movement for Budgetary Reform in the States. By W. F. Willoughby. 266 pp.
Teachers' Pension Systems in the United States. By Paul Studensky. 474 pp.
Organized Efforts for the Improvement of Methods of Administration in the United States. By Gustavus A. Weber. 408 pp.
The Federal Service: A Study of the System of Personnel Administration of the United States Government. By Lewis Mayers. 624 pp.
The Reorganization of the Administrative Branch of the National Government. By W. F. Willoughby. 314 pp.
The Development of National Administrative Organization in the United States. By Lloyd M. Short. 531 pp.
PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATION.
Principles Governing the Retirement of Public Employees. By Lewis Meriam. 508 pp.
Principles of Government Purchasing. By Arthur G. Thomas. 290 pp.
Principles of Government Accounting and Reporting. By Francis Oakey, C. P. A.582 pp.
Principles of Personnel Administration. By Arthur W. Procter. 256 pp.

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  • THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH ii
  • Title Page iii
  • PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH v
  • PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH vi
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents xi
  • Chapter I History 1
  • Chapter II Activities 58
  • Chapter III Organization 68
  • APPENDIX 1 OUTLINE OF ORGANIZATION 92
  • APPENDIX 2 CLASSIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES 112
  • APPENDIX 3 PUBLICATIONS 114
  • APPENDIX 4 LAWS 116
  • APPENDIX 5 FINANCIAL STATEMENT 121
  • APPENDIX 6 BIBLIOGRAPHY1 124
  • Index 127
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