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Repository of the Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM Repository)


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Description

The repository contains publications from the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Secretariat, and NCM institutions like NordForsk, Nordic Innovation, Nordic Energy Research, Nordicom, Nordic School of Public Health, NordRegio, og Nordic Centre for Welfare and Social Issues.Each institution is responsible for its own content. Enquiries regarding the publications should be directed to the respective institutions, http://www.norden.org/en/publications/open-access/contact. The NCM repository is an instance in the DiVA repository. The DiVA repository is built on open systems (Fedora, Apache Solr and PostgreSQL). It is interoperable (OAI-PMH compliant) and based on international standards for repositories. DiVA is operated by a consortium of more than 30 universities and institutions (mainly in Sweden). Uppsala University Library developed and operates the platform, and undertakes regular updates and longer-term development projects. Since 2000, DiVA has been continuously developed, and now offers more than 100,000 publications. In 2013, 15 million publications were downloaded from DiVA.

Record

ROAR ID: 8069
Home Page: http://diva-portal.org
Repository Type: Research Institutional or Departmental
Organisation: Nordic Council of Ministers
Software: DiVA (version other)
Country: Europe > Sweden
Location:
CountryCityLatitudeLongitude
SwedenUppsala59.858117.6447
Birth Date1: 26 March 2014 12:35:10 UTC
OAI-PMH Interface: http://norden.diva-portal.org ?Identify ?ListMetadataFormats
RSS Feed: http://norden.diva-portal.org/dice/atom?query=&start=0&rows=10&sort=author_sort%20asc
Other Registries: Celestial
Record Creator: Niels Stern
1Birth Date is either when the repository was first registered in ROAR or the earliest record found via the OAI-PMH interface.

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