New online resource: IMF – International Monetary Fund

New online resource: IMF – International Monetary Fund

11 May 2020

The UM Library offers now access to the IMF – International Monetary Fund database. This database provides interactive access to data series for individual nations cover GDP, imports, exports, employment, and many other economic indicators and national accounts. Additional data sets include consumer price indices worldwide, international interest rate data, and commodity price data.

Content

The IMF e-library is a comprehensive source of research and statistics with publications in multiple digital formats.

Since January 1, 2020, all IMF digital publications are FREE. All users can have access to more than 21,000 publications and an archive that dates back to 1946. A description of the available IMF publications can be found on the IMF eLIBRARY help page.

Search for publications and other documents via de search box in the publications section.

The IMF eLibrary provides publications in PDF format. To open these files, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. Follow this link to reach de e-library directly.

The IMF publishes a range of time series data on IMF lending, exchange rates and other economic and financial indicators. Manuals, guides, and other material on statistical practises at the IMF, in member countries, and of the statistical community at large are also available. An overview on the data IMF offers can be found on the page SELECTED ONLINE IMF DATA SOURCES.

 

Access

Direct link: IMF – International Monetary Fund
IMF – International Monetary Fund is, among other databases, also available via our list of Databases in the Online Library.

 

Questions?

In case you have a question regarding IMF – International Monetary Fund, please contact Rachel Elands via Ask Your Librarian.

Author: Monique Notermans

 


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