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This guide is a starting point for doing research on international organizations such as the World Bank, the UN, the EU, other major organizations. It is designed to be used with GSPIA 2011 Managing International Organizations and similar classes.

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 This LibGuide is designed to guide you to some high-quality resources that will help you find material about international organizations, their management and their effectiveness in accomplishing the organization's mission and goals.  


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Examples of subject headings:

  •    international agencies
  •    international business enterprises
  •    international business enterprises -- management
  •    international cooperation
  •    international law
  •    international organization
  •    international relations
  •    management
  •    management -- cross cultural studies

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This research guide was created with the assistance of Kelly Morris,MLIS Graduate Student and Pitt Partners Intern for the GSPIA/Economics collection 2010-2011, University of Pittsburgh.