A Comparison of Functionalism and Neofunctionalism
" To overcome this he proposed to "dissect" the "tasks and relevant authority" of government on "functional lines." Only the "[f]unctional integration of materiel activities on an international scale and cultural devolution on a regional basis", he argued, offered the "most hopeful way out of international anarchy."The four lectures he gave at Yale were later published as The Progress of International Government (1933)."

Mitrany , said Banyan (2005, 2) made it also made it clear that he did not envisage a world permanently ruled by an uncoordinated mass of international agencies but held out the possibility of "some of them or all being bound together in some way." To this end Mitrany suggested a four-stage plan to reach this goal:

First, there would be coordination within the same group of functional agencies, such as those dealing the road, rail and sea transport.

Second, several groups of functional agencies would be coordinated.

Third, the functional agencies would then collaborate with certain international planning agencies. Mitrany envisaged two such agencies: an International Investments Board and an International Development Commission.

Finally, the fourth stage, would involve creation of an overall political authority, although not quite a world government, it would be something like the League of Nations Assembly or the International Labour Organi

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