Library details: Economic and Social Sciences Information Network is a Consortium.
This library is affiliated with Economic and Social Sciences Information Network.
Other Info: UNIRED social and economic sciences database provides access to more than 657.000 bibliographic references of documents available in Argentina.
UNIRED (Economic and social sciences information network) is a co-operative system established in Buenos Aires in 1989 as a mechanism to find, promote and exchange bibliographic information. This database is the result of the work of 59 libraries of 52 government, private and international institutions currently members of UNIRED. To access the documents you have to contact the library mentioned in the full record.
The database was created with MicroISIS, software provided by Unesco, and for the online catalog was used WWWISIS of BIREME. The OPAC was developed by Eduardo Giordanino and Eduardo Bogliolo (as external consultant) and coordinated by Leonor Plate, Library Director.
The Library of the Consejo Profesional de Ciencias Econůmicas de la Capital Federal (Economic Sciences Professional Council of the Federal District, Argentina) is pleased to provide this information in the World Wide Web.
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Administration: The director of the library is Leonor Plate .
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Record History: This listing was created on Aug 22, 2000 and was last modified on Nov 22, 2016.
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