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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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1. Drucker, Peter F.  The Age of Discontinuity; guidelines to our changing society. New York. Harper and Row, 1968, p. 350.

2. Union des Associations Internationales. Annuaire de la Vie Internationale. Publie avec le concours de I'Institut International de Bibliographie et l'Institut International de la Paix. par H. Fried, H. La Fontaine et P. Otlet. 1908-1909. 1.370 p. 1er edition

Union des Associations Internationales.Annuaire de la Vie Internationale. Publie avec le concours de la Fondation Carnegie pour la Paix Internationale et de I'Institut International de la Paix. 19 10- 1911, 2,652 p., 2e edition

3. Union des Associations Internationales. Annuaire des organisations internationales. 1950, 902 p. 3e edition (publ. 146). Yearbook of International Organizations. 1968-1969, 1220 p., 12e edition

4. No information exists on the total number of organizations. From 1950 to 1968 the number of international bodies increased from 718 to 3,195 (United Nations bodies 28, other intergovernmental bodies 201, international nonprofit bodies 2577: together with 2819 multinational business enterprises [3]). This represents a 4.5 % increase per year in governmental bodies giving 855 in the year 2000, and a 5.0 % increase per year in nongovernmental nonprofit bodies giving 9,600 in the year 2000.

5. As an example, the U.S.A. Federal Government has 13 Congressional Comittees. 90 programs, 26 quasigovernmental bodies and 14 inter-agency committees dealing with environmental questions. At the international level, no information exists on the number of bodies within the United Nations structure

6. Consider the overlap in the responsibilities between ministries within a government or between the specialized agencies within the United Nations stucture See [21].

7. For example: Inter-governmental Task Force on Information Systems.

8. The existence of a journal with a network of' stubscribers may avoid the need for an organization with members. Eurochemic is an intergovernmental business organization.

9. Laski, H. J.  Grammar of Politics. New Haven, Yale University Press. 1925. On the "permeability" of the nation-state to outside influences. see A.M. Scott, The Functioning of the International Political System. Macmillan, 1967.

10. A survey of 14 journals and 10 international relations readers in the period 1960-1969 by Chadwick F. Alger. Research on i- research: a decade of quantitative and field research on international organizations. Paper presented to American Political Science Association annual meeting, September 1969.

11. Gross, Bertram M.  Organizations and Their Managing. New York. Free Press. 1968, p. 636.

12. Ferkiss, V.  Technological Man; the myth and the reality. London. Heinemann, 1969, p. XII  ( "....technology has made human society into a seamless web, with mutual interrelationships that can be disentangled only at peril of losing touch with reality.").

13. Buckley, W.  Sociology and Modern Systems Theory; presenting a case for replacing outmoded models of society, with a more viable and appropriate conceptual framework. Prentice-Hall. 1967. p. 7  ( " The greater part of current discussion of systems in sociology is embarrassingly naive and out of date in the light of modern systems research in other disciplines... ").

14. Cherry, Colin.  On Human Communication. Wiley, 1957  (First suggested the concept of a communicating network of organizations).

Mitchell, J. Clyde  (Ed.).    Social Networks in Urban Situations. Manchester University Press. 1969.

15. Gross, Bertram M.  Discussing the United Nations reports on the World Social Situation. In: R.A. Bauer (Ed.) Social Indicators. M.l.T., 1966, pp. 194-9, 269-270.

16. Current recognition of the importance and ramifications of environmental problems warrants a reconception of the Decade as the "U.N. Environmental Development Decade". This conveys more clearly the notion that it is not development at my price that is required but change controlled in terms of the consequences of change - precisely the notion which is lacking in the development concept. This relates the development problems of the Third World to the over-development problems of the industrialized society - the creation of which is the goal of development.

17. Ackoff, Russell L.  Systems. organizations and interdisciplinary research. General Systems Yearbook (Society for General Systems Research), 5, 1960, pp. 1-8.

18. Harr Jr, K. G.  quoted in Business Review, March-April 1967, p. 10.

19. Bacon, E. N.  Urban Process. Daedalus, Fall 1968, p. 1167.

20. This is tantamount to isolating information in a higher state of order due to the increase in the number of ways it can be used. -- a greater than usual reduction in entropy.

21. Jackson, Robert.  The Capacity Study of the United Nations Development System. Geneva. 1969, 2 vols.

22. Judge, Anthony. International Organizations and the Generation of the Will to Change: the Information Systems Required. Brussels, UIA, 1970 (INF/5). [text]

23. Union of International Associations. See relevant reference publications

27. Research has already started on the use of television type screen displays for organizational networks

28. Michael, Donald M.  On Coping with Complexity: planning and politics. Daedalus, Fall 1968. p. 1179-1185.

29. Kahn, Herman / Wiener, Anthony J.  Faustian powers and human choices. In: W.R. Ewald (Ed.) Environment and Change. Indiana University Press, 1968.

30. The last French edition was published in 1961. W.D. McElroy. National Academy of Science, News Report, November 1969.

32. Sutherland, Ivan.  Computer graphics. Datamation, May 1966, pp. 22-27.

33. A system technically similar to this is already in operation for the direct purchase and sale of shares between parties who remain anonymous during the bargaining process

34. Apart from the technological convenience of this change, society has already reached the point where a three- dimensional array of offices tends to be a direct hindrance to the multidimensional contact needs of individuals with many functions to fulfil in a variety of committees and working groups.

35. This could lead to a breakthrough in the handling of' minority/majority problems like those in Southern Africa.

36. This has many implications for more imaginative and harmonious solution of interorganizational problems. The possibility is foreshadowed by current developments: "The computer which handles fantastic amounts of' data for processing brings the artist close to the scientist. Both can now use the same disciplines and knowledge in different ways. For the first time, the artist is in a position to deal directly with the basic scientific concepts of the twentieth century."

37. Dror, Yehezkel.  Prolegomenon to policy sciences: from muddling through to meta-policymaking. Paper presented at a symposium of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 1969.

38. Chamberlain, N. W.  The life of the mind in the firm. Daedalus, Winter 1969, pp. 134-146.

Judge, Anthony. Organizational apartheid; who needs whom in the Second United Nations Development Decade? International Associations 2 1, October 1969, pp. 451-466.[text]

39. Rene Maheu, Director-General, UNESCO

40. Editorial,.  Fortune, February 1970, p. 92.

41. Clark, Jere / Judge, Anthony.  Development of trans-disciplinary conceptual aids. Brussels, UIA, 1970, project proposal.. [text]

42. Judge, Anthony. Communication and international organizations. International Associations, 22, February 1970, pp. 67-79. [text]

43. Introduction to a 1968 session of the College of Management Control Systems

44. Judge, Anthony. The improvement of communication within the world system. Brussels, U.A.l., 1969 (INF/2). [text]

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