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Welcome to the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics
and available on the Internet. Over 170'000 items of research can be
browsed or searched, and over 80'000 can be downloaded in full text!
This site is part of a large volunteer effort to enhance the
free dissemination of research in Economics, RePEc.
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IDEAS is a service providing information about working papers and published research to the economics profession. IDEAS stands for "Internet Documents in Economics Access Service", which is not very good English, but you get the idea... The data available here are contributed at no charge by volunteers and made available freely.
This service uses the complete data from the RePEc database, which includes bibliographic data contributed by over 250 archives, including the well known EconWPA, Fed in Print, IMF, NBER, CEPR, the central banks of the US, England, Australia, Canada and other countries, and economics departments at MIT, Rochester, Northwestern, Berkeley, UCLA, Maryland, Brown, Iowa, Caltech, Boston College, Toronto, Western Ontario, LSE, Bonn, Pompeu Fabra, Tokyo, Seoul, and many others. IDEAS now also covers over 150 journals, including the American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, and Quarterly Journal of Economics among many others. The major participating publishers currently are Springer, University of Chicago Press, MIT Press, the American Economic Association and Oxford University Press.
Newly participating institutions (past three months)
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