World Development Sources Database of Reports, Studies Available from the World Bank
The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, known as The World Bank, has announced it is providing access to its World Development Sources (WDS) database, the digital repository for thousands of World Bank reports and studies.
These documents span the globe and represent the collective experience of years of World Bank staff work. Most were produced during the last 4 years. There are three ways to access this collection: on the Web, on CDs through subscription, and as a value-added distributor.
Reports are continuously released on the Internet at http://www.worldbank. org/sources. Researchers can search for reports using a full-text search engine, view the scanned reports using an image viewer, and print pages of the reports. Printed reports can also be ordered through The World Bank's InfoShop.
Reports are published quarterly on CD ROM, and can be delivered as part of a subscription service. Bank Reports since 1996 are now available on sets of CDs. These reports can be searched, read, and printed in their entirety directly from the subscriber's workstation.
Reports are also provided to distributors of information related to economics and other aspects of development, termed value-added distributors (VADs) by The World Bank. Documents by topic in the WDS repository can be obtained from …
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Publication information: Article title: World Development Sources Database of Reports, Studies Available from the World Bank. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Information Today. Volume: 15. Issue: 6 Publication date: June 1998. Page number: 6+. © 2009 Information Today, Inc. COPYRIGHT 1998 Gale Group.
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