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Economics Working Papers

  • Working papers in economics are accessible via the links below


RePEc - the research papers in economics service - provides full texts and bibliographical details of working papers and other economic literature. The interface is called Ideas. Approximately 5,000 working paper series from over 100 countries are indexed. EUI economics papers are included. RePEc was founded in 1997.


EconBiz is a portal for academic economics and business literature, maintained by the German National Library of Economics (ZBW). The portal was launched in 2002.


NBER - the National Bureau of Economic Research - publishes the premier American working paper series in economics, with supporting data and software tools. NBER, based in Boston, was founded in 1920.


CEPR - the Centre for Economic Policy Research - is an international network of economists, publishing working papers related to the European economy. CEPR, based in London, was founded in 1983.


FMG - Financial Markets Group - is an international research body dedicated to the study of international financial markets. FMG, based at the London School of Economics, was founded in 1987.



Google Scholar is a search and indexing service for bibliographical records and full texts of scholarly literature, including working papers. Google Scholar can also be configured to give access to EUI Library-subscribed full-text content.


EUI Economics working papers

EUIlogoWorking Papers by EUI Professors, Fellows and Researchers are available in the Cadmus research repository, the RePEc economics portal and the ZBW EconBiz portal.

To have a paper considered for inclusion in the EUI Economics WP series please read this Departmental page. When submitting a working paper, EUI members should include keywords and JEL codes. For assistance write to [email protected]

All economists - Professors, Fellows and Researchers - are requested to submit details of works published during their time at the EUI to the Cadmus research repository. Wherever possible, full texts are included. For further information write to [email protected]


Paper archive of Economics working papers

  • The EUI Library holds an archive of older working papers in paper format
  • Complete the request form to have older papers delivered to the Economics Department
  • Before placing a request, search the Catalogue, RePEc and ZBW EconBiz for digital versions.


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Contact: Thomas Bourke at [email protected]


Page last updated on 08 March 2023

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