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RePEcPHP, a PHP and MySQL web interface to maintain a RePEc archive

Listed author(s):
  • Ben Greiner


    (Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Cologne)

RePEcPHP is a free PHP and MySQL based web interface to maintain a RePEc archive. The RePEc project provides a volunteer-driven public-access database of more than 100,000 working papers plus other items. With RePEcPHP providers of working paper series are able to easily do their work via a comfortable web interface. A customizable series homepage is automatically created, including a search form. RePEcPHP can create the documents in ReDIF format parsed by the RePEc robot either on the fly or via a one-button click. All data fields used in the standard ReDIF templates for working paper series are supported. An import function is provided to read in existing archives.

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Software component provided by RePEc Team in its series RePEc scripts with number RePEcPHP.

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Requires: PHP and MySQL
Date of creation: 02 Jan 2004
Handle: RePEc:rpc:script:repecphp
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