The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is an international economic organization founded to stimulate economic progress, democracy and world trade. Member countries are primarily in Europe and North America, although Korea, Japan, Mexico, Chile, Australia, and New Zealand are also members. The main source for OECD content is the OECD iLibrary with full-text publications and statistical data including country studies, forecasting publications, reports, and datasets.
The OECD publishes annuals and outlooks on a wide range of subjects, from summaries of regional economies to forecasts on health, energy, taxation, education, aid, migration, social programs, and many other topics.
The OECD collects a wide range of socio-economic statistics: below are just examples. The main portal for OECD statistics is OECD.Stat. UC Berkeley also has access to statistics from the OECD International Energy Agency.