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The Comparative Study of Grey Literature Orgnization at Home and Abroad in Network Environment


  • Liujing XU

    (Library of chinese academy of sciences)


Grey literature is an important information resource , and Internet makes it easier to organize them. This paper introduces how the System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe£¨SIGLE£© and GreyNet organize the grey literature. And then it presents how to organize grey literature in China in network environment. Finally, by contrast a conclusion is drawn that there are several disadvantages in the grey literature organization in China.

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  • Liujing XU, 2005. "The Comparative Study of Grey Literature Orgnization at Home and Abroad in Network Environment," General Economics and Teaching 0508002, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpgt:0508002
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    Grey Literature. Network environment. Organization. Comparative Study;

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    • A - General Economics and Teaching


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