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Template for use in RePEc

Here are some template for use by archive maintainers. Cut and paste them, or save them, and then fill out. Delete unnecessary lines, repeat clusters (like author, file) as a whole. Addition attributes are available, please see the ReDIF documentation for complete details. Attributes that go over one line should start with an empty space in all subsequent lines.

Series templates need all to be in the same file (xxxseri.rdf). It does not matter whether individual templates are in separate files or not, as long as they are all in the same directory (one for each series, directory name with 6 characters).

  • Template for Archives. Rename this file to xxxarch.rdf
  • Template for Series of Papers. Include this file in xxxseri.rdf
  • Template for Series of Articles. Include this file in xxxseri.rdf
  • Template for Series of Books. Include this file in xxxseri.rdf
  • Template for Series of Softwares. Include this file in xxxseri.rdf
  • Template for Papers. Remove File-* if not online.
  • Template for Articles. Remove File-* if not online.
  • Template for Books. Remove File-* if not online.
  • Template for Chapters. Remove File-* if not online.
  • Template for Softwares. Remove File-* if not online.
Available file formats:
  • text/plain
  • text/html
  • text/tex
  • text/latex
  • text/bibtex
  • application/pdf
  • application/postscript
  • application/msword
  • application/wordperfect
  • application/lotus
  • application/chiwriter
  • application/gauss
  • application/amipro
  • application/mathematica
  • application/rtf
  • application/envoy
  • application/quattropro
  • application/eps
  • application/vnd.ms-excel
  • application/hp
  • application/fortran
  • application/bin
  • application/prn
  • application/x-[anything]
  • image/jpeg
  • image/gif
  • image/tiff
  • .../zipped
  • .../gnuzipped
  • .../gnuzipped/taped
  • .../unixcompressed
  • .../unixcompressed/taped
This information is provided to you by IDEAS at the Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis using RePEc data.