The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Publisher Division officially signed an agreement with CNKI. Abstract information of its series of publications will be released on the CNKI Scholar platform. Licensed content include journals, reports, documents, monographs, books and other types of resources, around 21,000 items, back to 1946 at its earliest.
According to the "International Monetary Fund Agreement" signed at the Bretton Woods Conference in July 1944, the IMF was established in Washington on December 27, 1945, and is managed and responsible for the 189 countries that make up its global members. The IMF and the World Bank are listed as two major financial institutions in the world. Their responsibilities are to monitor currency exchange rates and trade conditions of various countries, provide technical and financial assistance, and ensure the normal operation of the global financial system. Since its establishment, the IMF has published a series of policy and regional documents, periodicals, books, monographs and other resources, which are important references for international financial and economic research. The excellent literature information of IMF will greatly enrich the academic resources of CNKI and contribute to the exchange and dissemination of international academic resources in China.
CNKI Scholar, the open discovery platform was initiated by CNKI in 2008. Based on copyright cooperation, it integrates various international academic resources to provide readers at home and abroad with open retrieval and browsing of abstracts and full text oriented services. Currently, CNKI has established partnership with more than 700 institutions worldwide, involving more than 75 thousands of international journals and over 100 million articles into it indexing system.
Typical and renowned partners include publishers as Elsevier, Springer Nature, John Wiley & Sons, Taylor & Francis, SAGE, Emerald, university affiliated presses as Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, MIT Press, societies and associations as American Association for the Advancement of Science , American Medical Association, American Computer Association, Institute of Engineering and Technology, Royal Society, Institute of Physics, as well as characteristic collections by J-STAGE (Japanese), Nurimedia (Korean), Cairn (French), Casalini (Italian), De Gruyter (German). Retrieval and browsing by subjects or pub types are workable to end users.
IMF content at CNKI Scholar is highly expected to be online soon.
Links to CNKI Scholar:
Old Version: http://scholar.cnki.net
New Version: http://scholar.cnki.net/new