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Does the library subscribe to the OECD iLibrary?

Last Updated: May 15, 2015  |  75 Views

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SLU Libraries do not currently have a subscription to OECD iLibrary. However, there are other data sources that may be helpful:

  • Many economic indicators supplied by OECD are available in the freely-accessible FRED tool from the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis.
  • Passport GMID, a subscription resource available only to SLU students, faculty & staff, also contains time series data for many economic indicators.
  • Some OECD data publications may be available in print. Use the library catalog to identify them.

As always, if you would like assistance finding a particular data series, you are encouraged to ask a librarian.

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