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  • Thomas Krichel

    (University of Surrey)


This document describes current version of the Research Documents Information Format (ReDIF). This is a simple "field: value" data format inspired from the IAFA templates. A primitive nesting stucture syntax is enabled through the use of clusters of fields. ReDIF is currently used by RePEc.

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Paper provided by RePEc Team in its series RePEc and ReDIf documentation with number ReDIF.

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Date of creation: 1997
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Handle: RePEc:rpc:rdfdoc:redif

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