Home of the RePEc Input Service

Purpose

This service provides the opportunity for institutions to participate in RePEc even if they are unable to provide metadata in the standard way, that is by opening a RePEc archive. This service is meant to be a last resort. This service only hosts the metadata about these working papers and journal articles, not the full texts. Individuals should use MPRA.

Other similar services

Similar services are provided elsewhere. If you qualify, use them:

Registering for the RePEc Input Service

To participate, please send the following information to Christian Zimmermann, along with the reason you cannot use the standard method of indexing your publications. If approved, you will be assigned a password and can then start indexing your publication. Additions are typically listed the next day in the various RePEc services.

Using the RePEc Input Service

Please report to me any malfunction with as much detail as possible, as a new version of the software was installed and it is not yet fully tested

Log in here. First supply the archive code (three letters). In most cases this is "ris":

RePEc:
If you have some issues with the service, please first look at this document.

About the RePEc Input Service

The scripts under the hood of this service have been written by Sune Karlsson, Örebro University (Sweden). It is currently maintained by Christian Zimmermann, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis on a server sponsored by the Economic Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Currently, bibliographic information about fifty series and journals is housed here.

Questions: contact Christian Zimmermann.

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