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The Observatory of Mining Conflicts in Latin America built a Latin American Database on Mining Conflicts to map and document communities affected by mining operations.
The Odum Institute Data Archive is a physical and digital archive provided by the University of Carolina's Odum Institute. The Data Archive includes holdings of national and international economic, electoral, demographic, financial, health, and public opinion data. The archive features the following datasets: the national network of state polls, public opinion data, social psychology data, and North Carolina data.
The OECD iLibrary is the online library of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development featuring books, papers, and statistics as well as OECD data and analysis.
OpenAfrica is a volunteer driven open data platform, it aims to be the largest independent repository of open data on the African continent. Maintained by Code for Africa, it is a public service that is available as a free resource for citizens, civil society organisations, civic activists, the media, and government agencies. Users can upload, download and reuse data available through the platform.
Orbis is the flagship product of BvD, it is a database of information and data on approximately 275 million companies worldwide, with an emphasis on private company information.
This is the complete texts of the prestigious Oxford Handbooks in Business & Management, Philosophy, Political Science, and Religion.
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