So far, over 1,800 archives from 86 countries have contributed about 2 million research pieces from 2,300 journals and 4,300 working paper series. About 46,000 authors have registered and 75,000 email subscriptions are served every week. See below on how you can be part of this initiative.
|RePEc Author Service||Author registration and maintenance of a profile on RePEc.|
|Munich Personal RePEc Archive||Authors in institutions lacking a participating RePEc archive can submit their papers to MPRA and get them included in the RePEc database.|
|IDEAS||The complete RePEc database at your disposal. Browse or search it all.|
|EconPapers||Economics at your fingertips. EconPapers provides access to all of RePEc. Browsing and searching available.|
|RePEc Genealogy||Academic family tree for economics.|
|RePEc Biblio||Hand-selected bibliography of articles and papers in economics.|
|EconAcademics.org||Blog aggregator for discussion about economics research.|
|NEP||New Economics Papers is a free email, RSS and Twitter notification service for new downloadable working papers from over 90 specific fields. Archives are also available.|
|EDIRC||Directory of Economics institutions, with links to their members and publications listed on RePEc|
|RePEc Plagiarism Committee||An effort to curtail plagiarism of RePEc contents.|
|LogEc||Detailed download and access statistics for RePEc items and authors.|
|CitEc||Citation analysis from items in the RePEc database.|
|CollEc||Rankings by co-authorship centrality for authors registered in the RePEc Author Service.|
|SPZ||An online workplace for researchers, tutors and students within the RePEc information space.|
|Socionet||A Russian (and Russian language) implementation of the RePEc method and database as the collective information environment for the social sciences. Database customization and filtration by a "personal information robot".|
If you intend to contribute information about your publications to RePEc, you may read the above documents or use these step-by-step instructions or sample templates. The same instructions apply for commercial publishers or research institutes.
RePEc archive maintainers may also make good use of the template syntax and link checker, of tips and tricks and the FAQ.
RePEc emerged from the NetEc group,
created in 1992, which received support for its WoPEc project between
1996-1999 by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) of the UK
Higher Education Funding Councils, as part of its Electronic Libraries
Programme (eLib). RePEc was created in June 1997 to decentralize the
work done by WoPEc and thus make it independent of grant needs. RePEc is
then guaranteed to remain free for all parties.