About Nordic iLibrary

Nordic publications play a key role as the outcome of the many projects and activities fostered and financed by the Nordic co-operation. Being primarily research-based analyses the publications form the basis for political decisions in the Nordic co-operation.

Every year around 100 new Nordic titles are published, approximately 65% of which are in English. They cover all the subjects that are part of the Nordic co-operation, with particular focus on:

  • climate and environmental studies
  • green growth and bioeconomy
  • sustainable development
  • health and social welfare
  • education and research
  • labour and employment
  • the Arctic
  • These publications are now available online in the single research repository, Nordic iLibrary at www.nordic-ilibrary.org. Content is organised by series title, publication year and alphabetically; and search and discovery of complete publications or even their components – chapters and tables/graphs – is a click away. The content is accessible in different formats – PDF, ePub and READ – to meet users’ needs, whether for reading on a mobile device, sharing with peers via social networks or integrating content in a report.

     

    Content and Access for all

    Nordic iLibrary offers wide ranging research and knowledge to a variety of audiences:

  • Universities and research organisations
  • Businesses and private sector
  • Government and public administrations
  • Non-governmental organisations and think tanks
  • Libraries
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    All content is available to access in PDF format for subscribers, more recent content is also offered in ePub format; and full read access for all users by clicking the READ icon. Read editions are optimised for browser-enabled mobile devices and can be read online wherever there is an internet connection - desktop computer, tablets or smart phones. They are also shareable and embeddable.

    Content items (July 2017)

  • 975 ebook titles
  • 10 100 chapters
  • 68 indicators 
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    More Information about Nordic iLibrary

    Download a brochure (PDF) detailing the NordiciLibrary service.

    Please see the Help page for available support material.

     

    Subscription Information

    Full access to the Nordic iLibrary is offered as an annual subscription covering all content in all formats available on the site. Only one subscription product is offered. 

    Buy a subscription to the Nordic iLibrary!


    Any institution interested in subscribing should consult the nearest OECD sales contact for further information:

  • North America -  Iain Williamson
  • Central and South America -  Ivonne López
  • Asia -  Atsushi Higuchi and Shinobu Takahashi
  • German-speaking and Russian-speaking countries -  Damon Allen and Marina Meurer
  • Northern and Eastern Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland, India -  Michel Guinand
  • French-speaking countries -  Thierry Promteau
  • Southern Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australasia -  James Kitchen
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    Subscription benefits:

  • registration to manage institution-wide access via IP authentication and/or username/password login.
  • unlimited number of concurrent institutional users.
  • perpetual access to subscribed content
  • subscription support features such as COUNTER-compliant usage statistics and bibliographic records in MARC21 XML format.
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    Nordic iLibrary has been developed in partnership with OECD Publishing and the OECD iLibrary. In case of questions about the service or content please email us at nordenilibrary@oecd.org.

     

    About Norden

    The Nordic co-operation is one of the world’s most extensive forms of regional collaboration, involving Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Åland.

    These countries together form the Nordic region – Norden – which comprises approximately 26 million people. Combined the GDPs of the countries make the region’s economy the 12th largest in the world.

    Find more facts about the Nordic region and countries at www.norden.org/facts.

    The parliamentary co-operation in the region began in 1952 and was expanded in 1971 with the body for intergovernmental co-operation, the Nordic Council of Ministers.

    The Nordic co-operation has firm traditions in politics, the economy, and culture. It plays an important role in European and international collaboration, and aims at creating a strong Nordic community in a strong Europe.

    The Nordic co-operation seeks to safeguard Nordic and regional interests and principles in the global community. Common Nordic values help the region solidify its position as one of the world’s most innovative and competitive.

    You will find more information about the Nordic co-operation at www.norden.org/en.