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Founded in 1979, IISH is an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) that conducts research and collects data on the global history of labour, workers, and labour relations. The collections, some of which concern politically sensitive materials, are the property of or have been issued on standing loan to the independent IISH Foundation.
Knowledge World Company for Digital Content was established in Jordan in 2004 as an limited liability institution with the goal of establishing information databases "of high quality and professional principles in accordance with international standards and practices" (e-Marefa Profile). Knowledge World Company established the e-Marefa project in 2008 (the online database launched in 2012) in partnership with academic and research institutions in the Middle East and throughout the Arab World.
Interfax Group is a leading provider of critical information on Russia, China and emerging markets of Eurasia, serving the needs of investors, corporations, financial professionals and the media. Interfax provides about 100 specialized information services, supplying weekly and daily intelligence reports with industry analysis, business information, real-time news, market data and ratings and credit reports. The Interfax Group has a global operational network, with over 1000 staff daily turning out over 3000 stories from over 70 bureaus worldwide. Sectors covered by Interfax include: banking & finance, oil & gas, energy, power, mining & metals, food & agriculture, pharmaceutical & health sciences, telecoms media technology (TMT), Insurance, in addition to...
A London-based global financial data and risk analysis organization, widely cited as a source of economic data and forecasting, IHS Markit offers a variety of services, data and tools for business, government and academic researchers.
The UK Data Service is funded by the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) "to meet the data needs of researchers, students and teachers from all [U.K.] sectors, including academia, central and local government, charities and foundations, independent research centres, think tanks, and business consultants and the commercial sector."
The HistoryMakers is a Chicago-based, nonprofit organization that collects and curates oral histories of African Americans.
Planet (or Planet Labs) is an Earth imaging company that designs and manufactures satellites that provide a complete image of Earth at 3-5 m optical resolution. The images gathered by the satellites provide up to date information relevant to climate monitoring, crop yeild production, urban planning and disaster response.
Nexo is an online news provider in Brazil and was launched in the summer of 2015. Nexos has tried to carve out a space for itself somewhere in between academic research and explanatory journalism.
Airbus Defence and Space is a division of Airbus (European corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells civil and military aeronautical products) that is responsible for defense and aerospace products and services.
Previously known as NewspaperDirect Inc., PressReader is a distributor of digital newspaper content, products, and platforms.
Brazilian public opinion research institute affiliated with São Paulo newspaper Folha de S.Paulo, and a property of Grupo Folha da Manhã.
IBISWorld provides researched business information and market research on industries. IBISWorld has teams of analysts in the U.S., U.K., and Australia who survey and provide anlayses on economic, demographic and market data.
Aggregator and publisher of information on securities, bonds and other financial instruments, founded in New York in 1911.
"1science empowers libraries to fully participate in the open access movement, helping them deliver an improved research and discovery experience to their institutions. The 1science solutions enable libraries to rapidly collect and broadly disseminate high-quality open access articles to researchers, as well as monitoring and reporting on journal usage statistics and open access publishing trends at their institutions."
Products Include:oaFigr Institution: subscription service which provides bibliographic analysis of a university's active journal subscriptions and what proportion of the journal's articles are available in open access. ...
Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC focuses on global financial information for the business and financial marketplace. Euromoney II operates a portfolio of international businesses providing online information, research and data, and learning solutions. Among its product offerings are:CEIC Data, providing macro- and micro-economic data from over 1,500 sources EMIS (emerging market information service) delivering news, company and financial data direct from more than 80 emerging markets in Asia, Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Euromoney TRADEDATA, providing reference data for global exchange traded derivatives.
Money.net is a software provider offering access to data and analytic tools for investment and trade.
Exchange Data International Limited, founded in 1994, provides corporate actions and securities reference data. EDI collects and delivers detailed information on financial instruments worldwide via data feeds and Internet-based platforms. Its products, marketed to the financial community in the United Kingdom and internationally, cover major markets with special emphasis on emerging and frontier markets in Africa, Asia, Far East, Latin America and the Middle East. EDI has recently expanded its data coverage to include economic data.
PitchBook Data is a software licensing and delivery company that provides access to data, research, and technology in private capital markets, covering areas including: venture capital, private equity, and mergers and acquisitions.
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