Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
Administrative reorganization is a tremendous subject. In the final analysis, it involves the history of administrative organization, proposals for its improvement, reforms in its structure, desirability of further changes, and the adequacy and beneficial effects of changes already instituted, as well as the broad ramifications of governmental theory inextricably related to any scheme of administrative structure. It is a study of the entire executive branch of a government in all its aspects. These subjects offer interesting fields of research for the student of government and history, as well as the student of economics in some instances. Exploitation of the opportunities they present would go far toward completing phases of this work which the author, because of the all-inclusiveness of his subject, must necessarily neglect.
Barr, Robert Greg, "Administrative reorganization of the government of the state of Virginia under Governor Byrd" (1943). Honors Theses. 230.