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New Economics Working Papers Directory

March 28, 2017

The EUI Library launched a new Economics Working Papers Directory on 28 March. The Directory includes (i) searchable databases of international economics working paper series – including Library-subscribed series (ii) EUI working papers (iii) how to order older economics working papers from storage and (iv) an index of prominent institutional publishers of working papers.

RePEc – the research papers in economics service – provides access to full texts and bibliographical details of over 2,000,000 working papers and other works in all sub-disciplines of economics. Institutions in 89 countries contribute publication data to RePEc. Approximately 4,300 working paper series are indexed. EUI economics papers are included in RePEc.

Google Scholar is an indexing and search service for bibliographical records and full texts of scholarly literature, including working papers. Google Scholar is cross-indexed with the Web of Science database of bibliographical information from 12,500 refereed journals. Reciprocal links allow the same search criteria to be applied across both resources.

NBER – the National Bureau of Economic Research – is the publisher of the premier American working papers’ series in economics. Supporting data and software tools are also available on the NBER portal. NBER was founded in 1920 and is based in Boston.

CEPR – the Centre for Economic Policy Research – is a distributed network of economists publishing working papers related to the European economy. CEPR was founded in 1983 and is based in London.

FMG – Financial Markets Group – is an international research centre dedicated to the study of all aspectts of international financial markets. FMG was founded in 1987 and is based at the London School of Economics.

SSRN – the Social Science Research Network – is a portal for the early dissemination of working papers in the social sciences, law and the humanities. SSRN was founded in 1994 and is owned by Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Full details are on the EUI Library Economics Working Papers Directory.

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