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ERIC Number: ED063107
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 154
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Report of the United Nations Interregional Seminar on the Employment, Development and Role of Scientists and Technical Personnel in the Public Service of Developing Countries, Volume III: Technical Papers.
United Nations, New York, NY. Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs.
This collection of papers is the third of three volumes presenting the proceedings of the United Nations Interregional Seminar on the Employment, Development and Role of Scientists and Technical Personnel in the Public Service of Developing Countries (Volume I, Report of the Seminar; Volume II, Country Papers; and Volume III, Technical Papers). Contained in this volume are these eight papers: (1) Career Planning and Career Development of Scientific and Technical Personnel, Including Improvement of Their Managerial Skills; (2) Role of Scientific and Technical Personnel in National Development, Within the Framework of the Public Sector; (3) National Science Policies Affecting Career Status and Working Conditions of Scientific and Technical Personnel in the Public Sector; (4) Policies and Programmes to Increase and Improve Motivation, Creativeness, Leadership and Other Factors Basic to Effective Performance of Scientific and Technical Personnel in the Public Sector; (5) Development and Administration of Public Personnel Systems to Ensure Maximum Effectiveness in the Recruitment, Orientation, Placement, Promotion, Retention and Remuneration of Scientific and Technical Personnel; (6) Improvement of Management in National Civil Service Systems Having Significant Numbers of Scientific and Technical Personnel; (7) Some Major Issues in Role, Employment and Development of Scientific and Technical Personnel in Public Service; and (8) Health Manpower Planning. (PR)
United Nations, Sales Section, New York, New York (No.: E.70.II.H.6, $3.00)
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Authoring Institution: United Nations, New York, NY. Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs.
Identifiers: United Nations