The Law of the International Civil Service: (As Applied by International Administrative Tribunals…

Hardcover | October 1, 1995

byC. F. AmerasingheAs told byAmerasinghe

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This is the second edition of a treatise which examines the law applied by international administrative tribunals in the fields of employment relations between international organizations and their staff. The second edition has been substantially revised to take account of a great deal of newlaw and practice. Both the first and second volumes have been revised and are now free standing.

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This is the second edition of a treatise which examines the law applied by international administrative tribunals in the fields of employment relations between international organizations and their staff. The second edition has been substantially revised to take account of a great deal of newlaw and practice. Both the first and secon...

C.F. Amerasinge is a distinguished academic who is currently Executive Secretary of one of the most important international courts, the World Bank Administrative tribunal, a post he has held since 1981

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:726 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.85 inPublished:October 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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`This extraordinarily detailed two volume work, in its 2nd edition, is by now an indispensable tool for practitioners in international administrative law ... it must be considered the principal source of reference in this small, particular world.'Industrial Law Journal