Among the more interesting international publications that have come to the writer's attention recently is a five-volume set of Staff Regulations and Staff Rules of Selected International Organizations compiled by the World Bank Administrative Tribunal in Washington, D.C. As explained in the preface by the editor and Executive Secretary of the Tribunal, C.F. Amerasinghe, a need was felt to have ready access to a collection of staff regulations and rules in order to be able to compare administrative problems and situations in different international organizations. Thus, an effort was made to secure pertinent documents from both universal and regional intergovernmental agencies. The collection was made particularly for the judges of the World Bank Administrative Tribunal, but with the hope that the material would also be useful to others interested in international administrative law. The first four volumes were issued in January 1983; additional material subsequently became available and a fifth volume was issued in May 1983. The first volume (353 p.) includes reproductions of the regulations and rules of the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the International Fund for Agricultural Development, and the Inter-American Development Bank. Volume II (397 p.) covers Unesco, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Council of Europe, and the African Development Bank. Volume III (276 p.) covers the Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization (which became the International Maritime Organization in 1982), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the International Civil Aviation Organization, and the Organization of American States. Volume IV (313 p.) covers the European Communities and the International Labor Organization. Volume V (369 p.) is devoted exclusively to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. In every instance the rules are as up to date as could be obtained, and the introductory remarks in each volume provide brief details on the currency of the materials as well as information on major variations in the regulations of the organizations included. Because IGO staff regulations are difficult to obtain, this collection is a valuable work. The volumes are available free of charge as long as the supply lasts and may be ordered from the Office of the Executive Secretary, World Bank Administrative Tribunal, 1818 H Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20433.