OECD has launched OECD iLibrary, a new research platform allowing for comprehensive access to statistics, books, journals, and working papers. OECD iLibrary replaces SourceOECD, and OECD reports that the new platform will host all content equally so that users are able to cite tables and databases as easily as chapters and articles. The citation tools for datasets and tables are unique to the new platform.
Some other notable features of OECD iLibrary include navigation by country or theme, integrated search results displaying available file formats, and unique DOIs and URLs for every content level. OECD iLibrary contains approximately 390 complete databases.