The last of the papers to be given today is by Sir Norman Chester. Sir Norman has spent most of his life working and studying in the area which we are discussing today. He has written many books on administration and at the present time he is going through the proofs of the first volume of an administrative history of the British government. During most of the war he was a member of the Economic Section of the Cabinet Secretariat, and has considerable expertise, both as an academic and as a practitioner, in the role of advisers in government. I now invite him to give his reflections on the history and role of economic advisers in government.
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Professor M. J. C. Vile
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