RePEc in December 2010 and a look back at 2010

As a new year has started, it is time to recapitulate what was achieved over the last year. But let us first mention December 2010. We welcomed 14 new archives to RePEc: Prague Development Center, Asociación de Economía Ecológica en España, Technische Universität Berlin (II), International Black Sea University, Instytut Rozwoju, Haute Ecole de Gestion Arc, Université de Neuchâtel (II), Universidade de Brasília, Stanford University (II), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Czestochowa Technical University, Research on Money and Finance, Stanford University. We counted 681,877 file downloads and 2,328,640 abstract views and reached the following thresholds:

6000000 references extracted
2500000 citations linked within RePEc
400000 downloads through NEP in a single year
200000 items with JEL codes
175000 articles with citations

Now to 2010: Over the year, RePEc welcomed 146 new participating archives, bringing the total to 1266. They all added 64973 working papers in 245 new series and 97720 articles in 177 new journals. This added 161885 works that are available online and increased by 20% the listings in RePEc. 3988 authors joined the RePEc Author Service, and their profiles now list 111877 more works than a year earlier. NEP sent 4448 weekly reports about new research, and the RePEc services that share statistics recorded 8,989,727 downloads and 30,777,612 abstract views. These last numbers are lower than the previous year because of a further tightening of criteria.

In terms of new features and services, the following were added during the year, among others: EconomistsOnline is a new RePEc service that allows to search the database in a different way than existing services We also introduced RSS feeds for articles, papers, series and journals, and a few new rankings.

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