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Welcome to the largest Economics bibliographic database on the Internet. Based on RePEc, it has over 2.3 million records.
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Current holdings on IDEAS:

& series
Items of which
online JEL coded with abstracts with references with citations
Working papers4,568 780,097 670,601 371,316 637,799 422,388 341,567
Articles2,922 1,509,181 1,446,431 256,870 1,007,739 436,662 573,914
Software components36 3,937 3,924 501 3,815 0 0
Books367 33,005 20,927 8,426 26,150 3,997 11,480
Chapters165 44,687 42,764 9,948 31,167 12,019 11,535
Total 8,059 2,370,908 2,184,647 647,061 1,706,670 875,066 938,496
In addition, IDEAS has information about
13,858 economics institutions,
50,524 authors who have registered with the RePEc Author Service (and have authored 1,310,028 items listed in RePEc), and
60,889 NEP reports in 99 fields.

Newly participating institutions (past two months)


IDEAS 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.

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