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Financial, economic and statistical profiles of 128 countries from the comprehensive collection in the Joint Bank/Fund Library, Washington DC, on microfiche. Central Bank Reports represent a highly important source of financial, economic and statistical information, invaluable both for reference and research. Not only do they throw light on the operations and policies of the Banks themselves, but each one provides a survey of national and international economic developments from the unique vantage point of a single country.
Retrospective Collection, 1946-1983
The retrospective edition of available Central Bank Reports deals with a singularly important period of increasing interdependence between the economies of the developed and the developing world. From the statements on the Bank's activities, from the surveys and statistics, researchers can chart the effects on individual countries of international developments. Few other sources provide such a readily accessible and comprehensive account of worldwide banking operations and financial trends for the post-war years.
Available as a complete collection, or by region: Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, Middle East, Latin American and the Caribbean, North America.
Current Collection, 1984-1998
Updates to the microfiche collection of Central Bank Reports are available through 1998.
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