September 23, 2014

Must-Have Resources on International Development and Emerging Markets

LJ webinar registration hdr 550x2001 Must Have Resources on International Development and Emerging MarketsSPONSORED BY:  World Bank  and Library Journal
EVENT TIME AND DATE: Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 3:00-4:00 PM ET/12:00 – 1:00 PM PT
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A look at the daily headlines reveals the increasingly interdependent world we live in.  With today’s heightened interest in global issues, international studies programs and courses have been experiencing rapid growth.

But having access to the best international resources has become critical for students in all disciplines, not just IR majors. From globalization issues like international trade, outsourcing, and regional integration, to topics that affect us all like climate change, conflict and security, and the economic and financial crises, your patrons want the latest research from the leading international organizations. Does your library offer the resources needed to keep up with the world’s ever-changing socio-economic environment?

This free webinar will focus on notable resources from international government organizations, both online and print. It will also include a preview of the all-new World Bank eLibrary website.


James A. Church - Librarian for Economics,Development Studies, Political Economy & International and Foreign Government Information, University Of California, Berkeley.
Susan Wagger - Lead and Publishing Officer, e-Product Developement, World Bank Publishing

Devika Levy - Sales & Outreach Manager, World Bank Publications 

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