Ask a Librarian
"Progress is..." video competition
What is progress? If you think you know the answer, and fancy yourself as a filmmaker, you could win a trip to Paris - http://www.oecd.org/videocontest
Remember: if you are part of the UCSD community and need to access these resources from off-campus, login in to the web vpn first via: https://vpn.ucsd.edu and then drop any URL you'd like from this guide into the http: box.
What is this guide about?
Welcome to the UCSD Libraries' web materials related to the OECD iLibrary.
OECD stands for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. It is a non-governmental organization based in Paris with a mission to promote 'polices that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world.' OECD does this through economic research and analysis, committee work, publication, and information dissemination. Events related to its 50th Anniversary focus on OECD's contribution worldwide to economic policy, cooperation and development.
Which are OECD member countries?
More about OECD
UCSD's Student Ambassador:
As part of this outreach, the OECD Washington Office chooses Student Ambassadors from across the U.S. UCSD student Irene Chang is our ambassador.
The library provides access to the OECD's iLibrary, which includes publications and data sets. Resources can be accessed by current UCSD students, faculty and staff. Use this website to explore the range of materials and topics available.