February 2009 Entries
The OECD has created a new website featuring commentary, analysis and statistics on the global financial and economic crisis.
The John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera at the Bodleian Library has printed ephemera focussing on nineteenth century entertainment, the book trade, popular prints, advertising, broadsides and other popular material relating to crime, murder and executions. It is now available through the Library web site.
Oxford University Press has given the Library a free trial of The Electronic Enlightenment, a searchable collection of letters from eighteenth century writers.
OECD Development Centre Working Paper considers aid fragmentation.
50 Years of United States policy is available online via the database Digital National Security Archive.