For more than 50 years OECD has been one of the world's largest and most reliable sources of comparable statistics and economic and social data. As well as collecting data, OECD monitors trends, analyses and forecasts economic developments, and researches social changes or evolving patterns in trade, environment, agriculture, technology, taxation and more.
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The OECD Factbook Statistics is a dataaset includes more than 100 indicators on population, economic production, foreign trade and investment, energy, labour force, information and communications, public finances, innovation, the environment, foreign aid, agriculture, taxation, education, health and quality of life.
Find the statistics online through the library's catalogue.
OECD’s dynamic and comprehensive statistical annual showing a wide range of key statistics for its member countries and major additional countries. For each indicator presented, there is explanatory text including a definition, explanation of long-term trends and references; a table showing the indicator over a significant time span for all countries covered, and graphics showing the key messages contained in the data. Under each table is a link to an Excel spreadsheet enabling the user to access the data. This publication is available in print form, on USB key, and in html form.
This e-book has been published annually since 2005. It can be accessed online through the library's catalogue.