Web of Science consists of five databases containing information gathered from thousands of scholarly journals, books, book series, reports, and more. The two Conference Proceedings Citation databases include the published literature of the most significant conferences, symposia, seminars, colloquia, workshops, and conventions in a wide range of disciplines.
Indicators of usage developed from the information contained in the Scopus® database.
The main indicator is the SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) indicator, developed by the Spanish research group SCImago. This indicator shows the visibility of the journals contained in the Scopus® database from 1996.
With the publication process now taking at least two years and often up to four years for the best journals, cutting-edge research depends on access to scientific work at the discussion paper stage.
Since journals typically insist on reducing the length of papers, published articles are often highly condensed versions of the full results of a research effort. The complete treatment is often only available in the discussion papers, meaning that the CEPR DPs retain their unique value even after the underlying research is published in a journal.
The CESifo Group - the Center for Economic Studies (CES), the Ifo Institute and the CESifo GmbH (Munich Society for the Promotion of Economic Research)
It combines theoretically oriented economic research with empirical work. The services of the CESifo Group range from internationally established service products, such as the Ifo Business Climate Index, to internationally acclaimed research.
European Working Papers in Business and Economics produced at major European Business Schools.
Run by the Stockholm School of Economics on the behalf of EBSLG, the European Business Schools Librarians' Group
IDEAS is derived from a larger economic service called RePEc, a collaborative effort of volunteers in 87 countries who work to enhance the dissemination of research in Economics and related sciences. It is run by professors, librarians, researchers and various volunteers, and hosted by the Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
The NBER, founded in 1920, is a private, non-profit organizations that conducts economic research for academics, public policy makers and business professionals. The organization is funded by grants from the government, private foundations, investments, and individual and corporate contributions.
You’ll find the latest state-of-the-art thinking among some of the leading economists in the world here, covering lots of theoretical and scholarly economic topics, but on practical and policy matters as well.
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