The OECD iLibrary serves as a knowledge base for OECD expertise. Over 2,500 participating institutions provide 7 billion records from 44 databases.
The database offers:
- Recommendations, analyses, and data
- Current developments in the fields of global economy, society, and environment
- E-books, chapters, tables/graphs, podcasts, articles, summaries, working papers, policy responses
- Access to all OECD publications since 1998
- Statistics, some of which date back to the 1960s