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RePEc is a distributed data set residing in over 1100 archives operated by
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be possible without the effort of the maintainers of these archives.
Citation data and reference lists are provided by the ,
Citations in Economics, project.
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EconWPA, the Economics Working Paper Archive,
used to play this role but is no longer accepting new papers.
See also our FAQ for further information.
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customised CV pages at EconPapers and
other RePEc services, at
and monthly e-mails with download statistics
and additional rankings.
- is the most popular RePEc service.
- collects access statistics for several
RePEc services and gives an overall view of the impact of a working paper or
- NetEc is where it all started with WoPEc and BibEc. These services are,
unfortunately, no longer available.