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  • Delivering Quality Education and Health Care to All

    COVID-19 has put renewed focus on the importance of addressing longstanding challenges that OECD governments face in delivering public services, especially in regions with people spread over a wider area where economies of scale are more difficult to...

  • Future-Proofing Adult Learning in London, United Kingdom

    Cities are not only home to around half of the global population but are also at the forefront of the transformation of jobs, skills and labour markets. Furthermore, cities play a leading role in the COVID-19 response, as the pandemic is not only...

  • Towards Improved Retirement Savings Outcomes for Women

    Labour market inequalities are well-known to be the main drivers of the gender pension gap. This publication focuses on helping governments find solutions for retirement savings arrangements that do not further exacerbate these inequalities.

OECD iLibrary News

OECD’s SDG Pathfinder wins ALPSP & Cambridge University Press Redux Sustainability Award for innovative publishing in support of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

September 2020 - The SDG Pathfinder is a freely accessible digital discovery tool allowing the visual exploration of over 6 000 pieces of policy content, organised across 17 SDG collections and over 4000 topics, pooled from the OECD and five knowledge partners (International Telecommunication Union, Nordic Co-operation, The Commonwealth, United Nations, World Trade Organization). Users can discover content on the SDG Pathfinder and then access the full-text from the iLibrary platform.

Access to OECD iLibrary during the global coronavirus crisis

OECD iLibrary subscription prices remain unchanged for 2021

June 2020 - In view of the COVID pandemic and the increased budgetary pressure and uncertainty that this is creating for our current and future customers, we are freezing our OECD iLibrary subscription prices for 2021.

OECD iLibrary offers choices to work from home and stay connected

March 2020 - For users at subscribing institutions who work remotely from home we would like to remind you that you should have full access via the following options:

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