The Library World Volume 65 Issue 12

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Publication date: 1 June 1964


ANYBODY whoses daily work involves the planning and spending of money must at all times be concerned by efforts to ensure that value is being obtained for the money spent. Those of us who, as librarians, are spending the money of fellow tax‐payers, are naturally doubly concerned about this problem. In addition, the very phrase “value for money” to a Yorkshireman is a continual challenge, and a point on which he instinctively feels, rightly or wrongly, that he has some secret inborn knowledge.


(1964), "The Library World Volume 65 Issue 12", New Library World, Vol. 65 No. 12, pp. 385-416.

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