December 3, 2015
Last month, we reached a major milestone: The RePEc Genealogy, the academic family tree of economists, has over 10,000 people indexed. This has been achieved with the help of almost 2,500 contributors who logged into the wiki feature of the site. We also welcomed the following institutions with new archives: Heriot-Watt University (II), NISEA, EPFL (II), European Stability Mechanism, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Finally, we counted 528,705 file downloads and 1,969,597 abstract views over the month.
Other milestones we reached:
70,000,000 cumulative abstract views on EconPapers
750,000 indexed items have been cited
750,000 articles with abstracts
300,000 articles with references
25,000 indexed books
10,000 economists on RePEc Genealogy
November 4, 2015
We are welcoming fresh blood in the RePEc team, with Joachim Winter taking over the reigns of MPRA from Ekkehart Schlicht.
We have welcomed the following newly participating archives: Effectus University College, Liechtenstein-Institut, Council on Economic Priorities, Academic Research Publishing Group, South African Reserve Bank. We have also counted 519,872 file downloads and 2,303,472 abstract views. Which brings us to several milestones we have surpassed in the last month:
20’000’000 captured references
1’000’000 items indexed in RePEc
500 RePEc-wide h-index (over 500 items with over 500 citations each)
300 listed book series
October 3, 2015
What is new in RePEc? We have now an API, which should allow to disseminated even more widely the research listed in RePEc. We have now over 7000 series and journals listed with us. And we have welcomed the following new archives: California Polytechnic State University, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali, LAR Center Press, Eastern European Business and Economics Studies Centre, Université de Genève (II), Groupe ESC Pau, Groupe Revue Banque. For the RePEc services that provide traffic statistics (EconPapers, IDEAS, NEP, Socionet), we counted 437,101 file downloads and 1,882,827 abstract views.
As to the milestones we reached in the past month, we can report:
1000000 cumulative book chapter downloads
75000 changes made by users to the RePEc Genealogy
45000 registered authors
7000 journals and series
700 economics blogs indexed on EconAcademics
September 6, 2015
As every year, August was a tranquil month. We counted 380,324 file downloads and 1,388,486 abstract views in the few RePEc services that report such statistics. We welcomed the following RePEc archives: Keio University (II), Yasar University, IPEK University, Research Foundation for Humanity, University of Newcastle. Finally, we reached the following milestones:
2500 NEP followers through Twitter
That’s it already!
August 3, 2015
Over the past month, we have welcomed the following institutions that now index their publications in RePEc: Instituto Brasileiro de Inovação Financeira, Society for Advanced Management Studies, Università di Cassino, Eastern Mediterranean University, Central Statistical Office of Poland, Universidad de los Andes (Colombia), Università de Salento. We have also counted 389,550 file downloads and 1,541,298 abstract views during last month. This is a rather quiet month in terms of traffic, yet plenty of material was added to our online bibliographies. Yet, somehow, we hit no milestone over the last 31 days. There be more in a month.
July 5, 2015
Last month saw a surge in newly participating RePEc archives. We have welcomed: European Trade Union Institute (ETUI), Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, International Scientific Publications, European Center for Science Education and Research, Risk Market Journals, Banco Central del Uruguay, “Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University Bucharest, University of Tampere, University of Bath (II), St Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, International Journal of Transport Economics, Fabrizio Serra Editore. We also counted 430,267 file downloads and 2,529,308 abstract views from the RePEc services that provide such statistics: EconPapers, IDEAS, NEP and Socionet. Keep in mind that other services use RePEc data without providing statistics.
And now to a few milestones we have reached over the last month:
4000000 cumulative book downloads
1800000 items listed
700000 articles with abstracts
500000 cumulative book downloads
2000 Twitter followers for NEP feeds
June 4, 2015
There is relatively little to report this month. For those RePEc services that report these statistics, we counted 506,746 file downloads and 1,920,829 abstract views. The new RePEc archives include one from Morocco, the 84th participating country: Korean Economic Association, US Department of the Treasury, Universidad de Costa Rica, OCP Policy Center, Université du Québec à Montréal (II), Inovatus Services, Texas A&M University. Waseda University, Sciedu Press. Finally, we reached the following milestones:
50,000 NEP reports compiled
12,500 links between blogs posts and RePEc works on EconAcademics.org