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Title Abstract Access Route
Economics Repository Institutional repository for Oxford University's economics department. Unrestricted
Economists Online Launched in 2010, Economist Online provides access to full text copies of economics research performed in some of the world's leading economics research institutions. It is a unique subject repository in that it aggregates subject specific content from a wide range of institutional repositories into one subject collection. It does this by harvesting metadata and links to economics material held in the institutional repositories of the academic institutions involved in the EO service and thus makes them cross-searchable and accessible from a central portal. It is also unique in that it contains datasets linked to the publications that referenced them. The members of the Economists Online project include the University of Oxford, UCL and LSE. Cambridge is not currently a member. Unrestricted
EconStor Contains all the content of the German National Library of Economics catalogue, and also working papers, discussion papers and conference proceedings from economic research institutions in Germany as well as some from the United States. It functions as a national subject repository for Germany. Unrestricted
LSE Research Online Contains research produced by LSE staff, including journal articles, book chapters, books, working papers and conference papers. Unrestricted
Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) RePEc is a collaborative effort whose objective is the free dissemination of research in economics. The heart of the project is a decentralized bibliographic database called IDEAS which contains working papers, journal articles, books, book chapters and software components – most of which are freely downloadable. RePEc's IDEAS database can be accessed here Unrestricted
Social Science Research Network (SSRN) SSRN is a repository for several social science disciplines but is particularly strong in the fields of economics, finance and accounting. Most papers are available for free downloading but a few can only be accessed for a fee. Unrestricted