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|Explore our first Web-book and download the underlying data|
|We know that many users would like the data underlying the graphs and tables in our publications. So, we are pleased to be able to offer our first, pilot, "web-book" which does exactly that (and more!) OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard one of our best-known titles, has just been released in web-book format via the Science & Information Technology section of SourceOECD.|
You can download the underlying data in Excel format and explore an elaborate data appendix. Please help us by sending your comments and feedback. If you like what we have done with this title, we will extend it to more, if not we will adapt our plans accordingly. Check it out now! We look forward to hearing from you.
|Do you teach economic history?|
Described by Paul Krugman (Princeton University) as "...a remarkable synthesis of data; it will be an essential reference for anyone interested in global economic development for many years to come." This exceptional new book by Angus Maddison is proving to be a bestseller. We are now inviting educators to request inspection copies with a view to incorporating the book in their courses. It has already been adopted as a text at courses in Bremen, Germany and London, UK.
|SourceOECD wins an award|
In their annual government publications awards, announced in
Journal, May 2001, the ALA's Government Documents Round Table chose
SourceOECD because " . . it promises to be an invaluable resource for
academic and research libraries." Thank you, ALA.
In the same listing, the Notable Documents Panel also gave an award to our
Reforms for an Ageing Society published in November 2000.
Source: Library Journal, May 15, 2001
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