The United Nations is an excellent source of a wide variety of international statistical data and while much of the recent information is available online through UN web sites, much of the older material was only available in print through the UN publishing sales program. Since the ASU Library is not a United Nations Depository, publications have been purchased to meet the needs of various academic disciplines and may be located through the libraries.
You can search ASU Library' holdings of UN-related printed statistical publications is to run the following (or related) keyword search in our online catalog: "united nations" statistic*
Some of the more popular UN statistical publications in our Government Documents collection include the following series. Titles may have changed over the years and coverage may not be complete. Please see contact us for more assistance.
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