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RePEc and S-WoPEc: Internet access to electronic preprints in Economics

  • Sune Karlsson

    ()

    (Stockholm School of Economics)

  • Thomas Krichel

    ()

    (University of Surrey)

The first electronic Economics preprint appeared in 1993. Since then the growth has been dramatic as the use of the World Wide Web has exploded. RePEc has been instrumental in facilitating access to Economics preprints and in bringing order to the chaos that the WWW frequently represents. In a related effort S-WoPEc provides user friendly tools for adding data to the RePEc system. While this is significant in itself it has also been instrumental in fulfilling S-WoPEc's second goal--to provide increased exposure to Swedish Economics research.

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