What is IDEAS?IDEAS the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics and available freely on the Internet. Based on RePEc, it indexes over 2,100,000 items of research, including over 1,900,000 that 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, which includes bibliographic metadata from over 1,800 participating archives, including all the major publishers and research outlets. IDEAS is just one of several services that use RePEc data.
Authors are invited to register with RePEc to create an online profile. Then, anyone finding some of their research here can find your latest contact details and a listing of their other research. They will also receive a monthly mailing about the popularity of their works, their ranking and newly found citations.
How do I find on IDEAS what I am looking for?The sidebar offers various ways to browse for your material: by serial, by classification, by author. You can also use the search form below, or go to the advanced search page.
Current holdings on IDEAS:
|online||JEL coded||with abstracts||with references||with citations|
13,634 economics institutions,
48,115 authors who have registered with the RePEc Author Service (and have authored 1,220,595 items listed in RePEc), and
57,021 NEP reports in 95 fields.
Newly participating institutions (past two months)
|2.9.16:||Athens University of Economics and Business|
|14.8.16:||Sociedade Brasileira de Finanças|
|9.8.16:||Groupe Editions Academiques Internationales|
|2.8.16:||University of Navarra|
|25.7.16:||Path of Science|
|20.7.16:||Croatian National Bank|
|8.7.16:||Publishing house "Knowledge and business" Varna|
|6.7.16:||Instituto Politécnico Nacional|
CreditsIDEAS is run with considerable help from others by Christian Zimmermann at the Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, which runs and hosts this server. IDEAS uses the RePEc database. RePEc stands for "Research Papers in Economics" and is an internal name for a group working on the provision of electronic working papers. We are concerned that the uncoordinated provision of archives is inefficient. We believe that joining forces is a good thing because we can learn from each other how to do things better and promote our work together. Our archives are interconnected using a set of rules called the Guildford protocol (GuilP). Here is what we call a service, a server mirroring the database built from these archives.
Comments about IDEAS should be addressed to Christian Zimmermann. To get new serials listed, see these instructions. To request corrections, please look first at these instructions. The usual copyright laws apply to all the content of this site and the texts on other servers.