Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) is a collaborative effort of hundreds of volunteers in many countries to enhance the dissemination of research in economics. The heart of the project is a decentralized database of working papers, preprints, journal articles, and software components. The project started in 1997. Its precursor NetEc dates back to 1993.
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Sponsored by the Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and using its IDEAS database, RePEc provides links to over 1,200,000 full text articles. Most contributions are freely downloadable, but copyright remains with the author or copyright holder. It is among the largest internet repositories of academic material in the world.
Materials to RePEc can be added through a department or institutional archive or, if no institutional archive is available, through the Munich Personal RePEc Archive. Institutions are welcome to join and contribute their materials by establishing and maintaining their own RePEc archive.
Leading publishers, such as Elsevier and Springer, have their economics material listed in RePEc. RePEc collaborates with the American Economic Association's EconLit database to provide content from leading universities' working paper or preprint series to EconLit. Over 1500 journals and over 3300 working paper series have registered, for a total of over 1.2 million articles, the majority of which are online.
The information in the database is used to rank the more than 50,000 registered economists. Andrei Shleifer is currently the highest ranked economist, followed by Joseph Stiglitz and James Heckman. The economics department of Harvard University is ranked first, followed by the World Bank and the University of Chicago. Massachusetts is the top region, followed by the United Kingdom and California. There are also rankings by country and sub-discipline.
RePEc also indexes worldwide economics institutions through its Economic Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World (EDIRC) database.
Alan Bennett Krueger (September 17, 1960 – March 16, 2019) was an American economist who was the James Madison Professor of Political Economy at Princeton University and Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He served as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy, nominated by President Barack Obama, from May 2009 to October 2010, when he returned to Princeton. He was nominated in 2011 by Obama as chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, and served in that office from November 2011 to August 2013. He was among the 50 highest ranked economists in the world according to Research Papers in Economics.Applied Econometrics and International Development
Applied Econometrics and International Development (AEID) is an international journal of economics published by the Euro-American Association of Economic Development Studies. The journal debuted in 2001 and by 2006 was amongst the Top 50 most downloaded journals from Research Papers in Economics (RePEc). Nobel Prize winner Lawrence R. Klein is Honorary member of its Advisory Board and has contributed as an author.
A sampling of the types of articles found in the journal include:
Economic growth and cycles: Cross-country models of education, industry and fertility and international comparisons
by Guisan, M.C. & Aguayo, E. & Exposito, P. (Vol.1-1, 2001)AEID articles
The Impact of Foreign Banks on Market Concentration: The Case of India
by Sathye, M (Vol.2-2,2002)
Trade Openness And Economic Growth Can We Estimate The Precise Effect?
by Georgios Karras (Vol.3-1, 2003)
China and India: Two Asian Economic Giants, Two Different Systems
by Klein, L. R. (Vol.4-1, 2004)
Macroeconomic Modelling: Approaches and Experiences in Development Countries
by Valadkhani, A. (Vol.5-1, 2005)
Direct and Indirect Effects of Human Capital on World Development, 1960-2004
by Guisan,M.C. & Neira, I. (Vol.6-1, 2006)
AEID is a refereed journal indexed in Econ-Lit (USA), SCOPUS of Elsevier, Sosig, Intute (UK), WebEc (Finland), Econometriclinks (Rotterdam, Ne) DEST (Australia), ISOC-CINDOC (Spain), Latindex Selected Catalogue (UNAM, Mexico), Ideas-Repec, Social Science Research Network (SSRN) and other selected indexes of Economics research. It has reached high positions at Ideas.Repec on number of downloads and downloads per item.Carmen Reinhart
Carmen M. Reinhart (née Castellanos, born October 7, 1955) is an American economist and the Minos A. Zombanakis Professor of the International Financial System at Harvard Kennedy School. Previously, she was the Dennis Weatherstone Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. and Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for International Economics at the University of Maryland. She is a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research, Founding Contributor of VoxEU, and a member of Council on Foreign Relations. She is also member of American Economic Association, Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association, and the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy. She became the subject of general news coverage when mathematical errors were found in a research paper she co-authored. According to Research Papers in Economics (RcPec). Reinhart is ranked among the top Economist worldwide based on publications and scholarly citations. She has testified before Congress and is listed among Foreign Policy's Top 100 Global Thinkers, Thompson Reuters' The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds, and Bloomberg Markets Most Influential 50 in Finance. In December 2018, Reinhart received the King Juan Carlos Prize in Economics and Nabe's Adam Smith Award.Climatic Change (journal)
Climatic Change is a biweekly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Springer Science+Business Media covering cross-disciplinary work on all aspects of climate change and variability. It was established in 1978 and the editors-in-chief are Michael Oppenheimer (Princeton University) and Gary Yohe (Wesleyan University).Economic Thought
Economic Thought is a biannual peer-reviewed open access academic journal. It was established in 2012 and is published by the World Economics Association.
An innovative feature of the journal is its Open Peer Discussion forum. Submitted papers that meet an acceptable standard of quality are first posted on the forum before a decision is taken on publication.
The journal is abstracted/indexed in Scopus, Research Papers in Economics, Directory of Open Access Journals, PhilPapers, and EconLit.Eugene Fama
Eugene Francis "Gene" Fama (; born February 14, 1939) is an American economist, best known for his empirical work on portfolio theory, asset pricing, and the efficient-market hypothesis.
He is currently Robert R. McCormick Distinguished Service Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In 2013, he shared the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences jointly with Robert Shiller and Lars Peter Hansen. The Research Papers in Economics project ranked him as the 11th-most influential economist of all-time based on his academic contributions. (as of 28th of Oct 2018)Financial Markets and Portfolio Management
Financial Markets and Portfolio Management (FMPM) is a journal publishing original research and survey articles in all areas of finance, especially in financial markets, portfolio theory, wealth management, asset pricing, risk management, and regulation. Its principal objective is to serve as a bridge between innovative research and practical application. The readers of the journal are researcher, economists, asset managers, financial analysts, and other professionals in finance and related areas.
FMPM is quarterly published by the Swiss Society for Financial Market Research (SGF) since 1987. Article submissions are subject to a double-blind peer review. The acceptance rate of submitted articles in FMPM is approximately 10%.Notable contributors to the journal include Yakov Amihud, Stanley Fischer, Harry M. Markowitz, Merton Miller, Richard Roll, Stephen Ross, William F. Sharpe, and William T. Ziemba.
Manuel Ammann serves as the journal's current editor. The editorial board includes Rolf Banz, Jonathan Berk, Wolfgang Bessler, Jean-Pierre Danthine, Wolfgang Drobetz, Günter Franke, Philippe Jorion, Francis Longstaff, Markus Rudolf, Thomas Stucki, René M. Stulz, David Yermack, Heinz Zimmermann.
FMPM is indexed in EBSCO, ECONIS, EconLit, E-JEL, JEL on CD, Journal of Economic Literature, Research Papers in Economics (RePEc), and SCOPUS.Garance Genicot
Garance Genicot (born 6 October 1974) is a Belgian-American economist and Associate Professor of Economics at Georgetown University. She is a member of the Core Group at Theoretical Research in Development Economics (ThReD), a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Development Economics Program, a Fellow at the Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development (BREAD) and a Research Fellow at the IZA Institute. Since 2013, she has been an External Member of the World Bank Research Management Committee. A more detailed overview of her work can be found on RePEc., Research Papers in Economics.
Genicot's research focuses on risk sharing, intra-household bargaining, informal credit markets, social networks and inequality. Her highly cited work on group formation and networks focuses on how the interplay of personal incentives and group or network incentives impact economic outcomes, and has applications in a variety of fields within economics, such as economic development, conflict, and labor economics. She studied the relationship between improved property rights for women in India and the incidence of suicide among both men and women.Her work with her PhD advisor, Kaushik Basu and Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz studies the responsiveness of labor supply to wages, an idea that is central to the classical theory of economics. They argue that at low wage levels, households are financially insecure and would therefore be willing to supply more labor to hedge themselves against economic shocks. This is called the “added labor effect” and has important implications to the ongoing minimum wage debate.Her work on aspirations and inequality with Debraj Ray shows the discouraging impact of aspirations that are too far from a person's situation. This study has wide implications in developing policy, especially in terms of education investments.IDEAS
IDEAS may stand for:
I-DEAS (Integrated Design and Engineering Analysis Software), a computer-aided design software package
IDEAS For Us, American environmental organization
IDEAS Group, International Defence Enterprise Architecture Specification For Exchange group, developers of the IDEAS ontological foundation
IDEAS UAV, a Chinese unmanned aerial vehicle
Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs, a Malaysian libertarian think tank
International Defence Exhibition and Seminar, a defence sector event, held biennially, in Pakistan
IDEAS, a database maintained by the Research Papers in Economics projectJ. Bradford DeLong
James Bradford "Brad" DeLong (born June 24, 1960) is an economic historian who is professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. DeLong served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Treasury in the Clinton Administration under Lawrence Summers.
He is an active blogger whose "Grasping Reality with Both Invisible Hands" covers political and economic issues as well as criticism of their media coverage. According to the 2019 ranking of economists by Research Papers in Economics, DeLong is the 746th most influential economist.John Quiggin
John Quiggin (born 29 March 1956) is an Australian economist, a Professor at the University of Queensland. He was formerly an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow and Federation Fellow and a Member of the Board of the Climate Change Authority of the Australian Government.Journal of Consumer Policy
The Journal of Consumer Policy is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering legal and regulatory issues related to consumer behaviour. It was established in 1977 as the Zeitschrift für Verbraucherpolitik and is published by Springer Science+Business Media. The editors-in-chief are Alan Mathios (Cornell University), Hans-W. Micklitz (European University Institute), Lucia Reisch (Copenhagen Business School), John Thøgersen (Aarhus School of Business, and Christian Twigg-Flesner (University of Hull). The journal is abstracted and indexed in Scopus, Inspec, EconLit, ProQuest databases, AGRICOLA, EBSCO databases, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, and Research Papers in Economics.Journal of Public Economic Theory
The Journal of Public Economic Theory (JPET) is a fully peer-reviewed academic journal of public economics published by Wiley-Blackwell. It covers public economic theory and general economics, including public goods, local public goods, club economies, externalities, taxation, growth, public choice, social and public decision making, voting, market failure, regulation, project evaluation, equity, and political systems. The editors are Rabah Amir, Gareth Myles, and Myrna Holtz Wooders (Vanderbilt University).The Journal of Public Economic Theory (JPET) is the official publication of the Association for Public Economic Theory (APET).The journal is abstracted and indexed by ABI/INFORM (ProQuest), American Business Law Journal (Academy of Legal Studies in Business), CatchWord (Publishing Technology), Current Contents: Social & Behavioral Sciences (Clarivate Analytics), EBSCO Online (EBSCO Publishing), EconLit (AEA), Journal Citation Reports/Social Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics), ProQuest Central (ProQuest), RePEc: Research Papers in Economics, and the Social Sciences Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics).According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2015 impact factor of 0.471.Peter C. B. Phillips
Peter Charles Bonest Phillips (born 23 March 1948) is an econometrician. Since 1979 he has been Professor of Economics and Statistics at Yale University. He also holds positions at the University of Auckland, Singapore Management University and the University of Southampton. He is currently the co-director of Center for Financial Econometrics of Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics at Singapore Management University and is an adjunct professor of econometrics at the University of Southampton.
He is a founding editor of the journal Econometric Theory. Peter Phillips has published many theoretical articles and advanced many research areas in econometrics. He has published important articles on continuous time econometrics, finite-sample theory, asymptotic expansions, unit root and cointegration, long-range dependent time series, and panel data econometrics. He also introduced the use of the functional central limit theorem to derive asymptotic distributions of unit roots tests. Phillips mainly used frequentist statistical methods. Phillips has also supervised numerous Ph.D. students, including Steve Durlauf. In 1993 he was elected as a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.
According to the November 2015 ranking of economists by Research Papers in Economics, he is the 5th most influential economist.
During his schooling, Phillips was the dux of Mount Albert Grammar School in New Zealand. He received a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Auckland and won prizes in both mathematics and economics. He received his PhD from London School of Economics under the supervision of John Denis Sargan in 1974.Rankings of universities in Pakistan
This article presents an overview of university rankings in Pakistan. Within Pakistan, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) provides official rankings of higher education institutions (HEIs) nationally, based on a multitude of criteria. There are also various magazines, newspapers and international agencies/standards which provide rankings and analysis.
According to the 2015 HEI rankings released by the HEC, the top five universities in Pakistan are, in descending order: Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), University of the Punjab (PU), National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), University of Agriculture in Faisalabad (UAF) and Aga Khan University (AKU).As of 2016, six universities in Pakistan are currently placed by QS World University Rankings in the top 800 world rankings: National University of Sciences and Technology (#501), Quaid-i-Azam University (#651), Lahore University of Management Sciences (#701), University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore (#701), University of Karachi (#701) and the University of Lahore (#701).As of 2018-2019 QS Ranking of Universities. There are 7 Pakistani universities in top 1000. P.I.A.S #397 N.U.S.T #417 QAU #551-560 L.U.M.S #701-750 C.O.M.S.A.T.S #751-800 U.E.T Lahore #801-1000 P.U Lahore #800-1000Research in Economics
Research in Economics is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal of economics. It is published by Elsevier and the editor-in-chief is Federico Etro (Ca' Foscari University of Venice). The journal was established in 1947 as Ricerche Economiche and obtained its current title in 1997. The journal is abstracted and indexed in Research Papers in Economics.Robert Barro
Robert Joseph Barro (born September 28, 1944) is an American macroeconomist and the Paul M. Warburg Professor of Economics at Harvard University. The Research Papers in Economics project ranked him as the fifth most influential economist in the world, as of March 2016, based on his academic contributions. Barro is considered one of the founders of new classical macroeconomics, along with Robert Lucas, Jr. and Thomas J. Sargent. He is currently a senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution and co-editor of the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the top journal in economics in terms of its impact factor.Stephen J. Turnovsky
Stephen J. Turnovsky (born 1941) is a New Zealand economist and the Ford and Louisa Van Voorhis Professor of Political Economy at the University of Washington. He is one of the most highly cited economists in the world. As of November 2015, Research Papers in Economics ranks him as the 32nd most influential economist. RePEc reports that he has published over 5000 pages in academic journals, making him one of the top 5 most prolific economists.A native of Wellington, New Zealand, Turnosky attended Victoria University of Wellington, majoring in mathematics and economics. After earning a bachelor's degree in 1962, and a master's in 1963, he continued his education at Harvard University, receiving his Ph.D. In 1968.Transportation (journal)
Transportation (print: ISSN 0049-4488, online: ISSN 1572-9435) is a peer-reviewed academic journal of research in transportation, published by Springer Science+Business Media. Its first issue was published in 1972.According to the Journal Citation Reports, it has a 2009 impact factor of 1.512, placing it sixth in the category "transportation journals". In a ranking of journals in all of economics produced as part of the Research Papers in Economics database, it was ranked 511th by impact factor and 622nd by h-index.