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Within the United Nations, the Dept. of Economic Affairs merged with the Dept. of Social Affairs in 1955 to form the Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs, which in turn changed its name in 1978 to the Dept. of International Economic and Social Affairs. Works by these bodies are found under the name used at the time of publication

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by United Nations. Department of Social Affairs
New York : Dept. of Social Affairs, Population Division : Dept. of Economic Affairs, Statistical Office of the United Nations, 1949
 
 
by United Nations. Department of Social Affairs
New York : United Nations, Dept. of Social Affairs, Population Division, 1954
 
 
by United Nations. Department of Social Affairs
New York : United Nations, Dept. of Social Affairs, 1949
 
 
by United Nations. Department of Social Affairs
New York : Dept. of Social Affairs, Population Division, Dept. of Economic Affairs, Statistical Office of the United Nations, 1951
 
 
by United Nations. Department of Social Affairs. Housing and Town and Country Planning Section
New York : United Nations, Dept. of Social Affairs. Housing and Town and Country Planning Section, 1953
 
 
Lake Success, N.Y. : U.N. Dept. of Social Affairs, 1948-1951
 
 
New York, [N.Y.] : Dept. of Social Affairs, United Nations, 1948-1953
 
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