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Het Financieele Dagblad (FD) offers online access to and the FD App. FD contains current company information and financial-economic news. You have access to the entire digital archive from 1985. Click on 'more...' for instructions to access.
Fiscaal Up To Date (FUTD) is a trade magazine for fiscal specialists and provides daily fiscal news provided with commentary (Dutch only).
Historical Statistics of the United States has long been the standard source for quantitative indicators of American history. This revised, updated, and expanded Millennial Edition contains five volumes and a vast number of data series – 37,339 in the new edition!
A trade magazine for jurists. JUTD contains articles with expert and practice-oriented commentaries. The focus of JUTD is on commercial law (Dutch only).
Jus Mundi is a database for international law and arbitration. The legal content in Jus Mundi is gathered from three key sources: partnerships with international organizations, contributors, and local public sources.
Kluwer TaxVisions provides short video presentations on tax-related topics. Every week, new videos are added containing the most important recent tax related decisions and case law (Dutch only).
TDM Studio provides a platform for text and data mining and data visualization of EUR subscribed Proquest content. TDM studio comprises a data visualization platform - requiring no further knowledge of programming languages - and a TDM workbench , accessible with R and Python.