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The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is world renowned for their statistics and economic forecasts but the organisation does so much more. Today, with its 37 member countries along with close cooperation with non-member countries, they tackle worldwide issues in the areas of education, environment, development, social issues, employment, taxation, industry and trade. The OECD iLibrary is the research repository gathering all OECD books, papers, databases and data tables into a single platform through which the organization disseminates its intellectual output.
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iLibrary Books, Papers, and Statistics
This subscription package provides access to OECD's complete knowledge base containing all OECD books and papers published since 1998 as well as a vast collection of statistics, with data going back to the early 1960's and over 80 countries are covered. The collection also contains content published by the International Energy Agency (IEA), the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), the OECD Development Centre, Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), and the International Transport Forum (ITF). The OECD publishes around 300 new titles each year.

As of August 2021, the items available include:
  • 16,450 ebook titles
  • 89,130 chapters
  • 271,550 tables and graphs
  • 2,550 articles
  • 6,387 multilingual summaries
  • 7,200 working papers
  • 7 billion data points across 44 databases
iLibrary Statistics
OECD Statistics package provides online access to all OECD's published data, irrespective of format. It includes the "live" interactive databases, as well as the statistical annuals and periodicals in any available format: PDF, WEB, XLS, DATA, ePUB, READ. Users can build tables and extract data from across databases as well as working within individual databases. Due to the focused nature of the content, the IEA statistical databases are available in a separate subscription package.
  • Experienced users can access the latest data available to build their own tables and graphs or export the figures to their own analytical software.
  • Key tables of the most popular indicators have been formatted for users to copy and paste into their own reports.
  • OECD.stat is fully integrated, offering multiple export formats (including SDMX).
  • Each database includes detailed metadata to help understand the numbers.
  • Access to statistical books and periodicals dating back to 1998 in PDF format with data offered in WEB, PDF, DATA and XLS formats making it easier to find and cite historical indicators.
iLibrary Books and Papers
The Books and Papers packages covers all OECD's formally published (ISBN/ISSN) monographs, journals, statistical annuals and periodicals, plus working papers since 1998 in 17 subject themes. On OECD's iLibrary every single item, from a complete book down to a table in one of the chapters, has its own home page, DOI and bibliographical metadata allowing users to easily find what they are looking for. Some of the features offered are:
  • Intuitive navigation by theme or country.
  • Granular content so users can search and click directly to tables, chapters or articles.
  • Subscribers have access to support from OECD customer service representatives.
  • Perpetual access to subscribed content.
  • Every content level has a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) and fixed URL.
  • Re-use and download of all subscribed content for institutional purposes is permitted with no further permission required.
  • Content in context so related content is one click away.
  • OECD metadata is indexed by four major Discovery Services EBSCO, WorldCat, Summon and Primo Central.
  • Bibliographic records in MARC21 XML format and KBART Phase 2 Metadata are available to subscribers.
  • Usage monitoring COUNTER4 compliant usage statistics are available to subscribers.
  • Links to previous editions with the option to download any full-text item such as tables or chapters from table of contents.
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Renouf's consortia reached the maximum iLibrary discount being offered to large institutions a few years ago and we are able to offer New subscribers a 30% discount off the Books, Papers and Statistics online only package. The OECD offers one of the most flexible pricing policies in the industry for they base it on the size of the organization, types of academic programs being offered and what the expected usage will be. Visit our OECD Subscription Packages Pricing page, for smaller libraries can receive up to an 80% discount and NGOs are being offered a 90% discount. Please contact us if you would like us to set-up a 30-day free trial period so that you can assess iLibrary before making your purchasing decision.
iLibrary Themes
The OECD not only offers flexible pricing arrangements but they also provide an almost unlimited number of subscription options through their Theme packages. A Theme package includes access to all books published in the subject, as well as related periodicals, annuals, statistical databases and tables. In addition, all working papers and policy papers are made available regardless of the theme subscribed.
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