IMF e-Library for SOAS staff and students

By Victoria Bird|September 12, 2013|Development Studies, Economics, Financial and Management Studies, Politics and International Relations|0 comments

The IMF eLibrary for the UK Data Service is available via Mimas and offers the entire catalogue of IMF publications in several digital formats. It is an indispensable tool for economics research and analysis including over 10,000 periodicals, books and working papers from 1951 onwards containing information and perspective on macroeconomics, globalisation, development, trade and aid, technical assistance, demographics, emerging markets, policy advice, poverty reduction and more.

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It includes:

  • World Economic Outlook
  • Global Financial Stability Report
  • Fiscal Monitor
  • Regional Economic Outlook reports
  • Research Bulletin
  • IMF Survey
  • IMF Staff Papers (up to 2008)
  • Annual Report on Exchange Arrangements and Exchange Restrictions
  • A Full Picture of IMF Activities
  • Annual Report of the Executive Board
  • Finance and Development magazine
  • Independent Evaluation Office reports
  • Articles of Agreement and By-Laws
  • Summary Proceedings

Most publications are available in several digital formats: PDF, ePub (for iPad, Sony, Nook, and other readers) and Mobi (for Kindle). Options for downloading are shown on the left hand navigation panel. There is also a link to buy the print edition from the IMF Bookstore.

Citation: The IMF eLibrary supports Endnote, ProCite, ReferenceManager, RefWorks, BibTex, and Zotero.

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