Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
"The Organisation for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC) was established in 1948 to run the US-financed Marshall Plan for reconstruction of a continent ravaged by war. By making individual governments recognise the interdependence of their economies, it paved the way for a new era of cooperation that was to change the face of Europe. Encouraged by its success and the prospect of carrying its work forward on a global stage, Canada and the US joined OEEC members in signing the new OECD Convention on 14 December 1960. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) was officially born on 30 September 1961, when the Convention entered into force.
Other countries joined in, starting with Japan in 1964. Today, 34 OECD member countries worldwide regularly turn to one another to identify problems, discuss and analyse them, and promote policies to solve them."
Subject search terms for SOLO:
International business enterprises -- Taxation -- Law and legislation
Double Taxation - Treaties
Banks and banking, International -- Law and legislation
Investments -- Taxation -- Law and legislation
Investments, Foreign -- Taxation -- Law and legislation
Some may be in the Reserve Collection (as in the first below) ... but not all of them are! (An open shelf example follows!)
Ask for books from the Reserve Collection from Library Staff at the Desk on Level 2 - & ask them also for directions if you have difficulty finding the right part of the library... though we hope the Floor Plan (bottom of this box) will help you find them independently.