I. General description

A head consists of 5 parts:
(1) Publisher information
(2) Journal information
(3) Issue information
(4) Document type
(5) Article information

II. Meaning of codes

Tags

+ = tag will be present 1 or more times

? = tag will be present 0 or 1 time

1-n = tag will be present 1 to n times

Text

... = text is always present

III. Description of head

0 + <head> = beginning of head

1 <pubinfo> = publisher information
<pubnm> ... </pubnm> = publisher name
<publoc> ... </publoc> = publisher location
</pubinfo> = end publisher information

2 <jrninfo> = journal information
<issn> ... </issn> = ISSN
<jrnti> ... </jrnti> = journal title
</jrninfo> = end journal information

3 <issinfo> = issue information
<vol> ... </vol> = volume number
<iss> ... </iss> = issue number
<cd> ... </cd> = cover date
<pp> = page numbers
<ppf> ... </ppf> = first page
<ppl> ... </ppl> = last page
</pp> = end page numbers
</issinfo> = end issue information

4 <docty ty="journal article"> = document type

5 <artlinfo> = article information
<ti> ... </ti> = title
<augp> = author group
1-3 <au> = author
? <fnm> ... </fnm> = author's first (given) name(s)
<snm> ... </snm> = author's surname
? <nmsufx> ... </nmsufx> = author's name suffix, e.g., Jr. or III
1-3 </au> = end author
? <etal> = "et al." required *
</augp> = end author group
? <ab> ... </ab> = abstract
<url> ... </url> = link to full text in pdf format **
<doi> ... </doi> = DOI (Document Object Identifier)
</artlinfo> = end article information

+ </head> = end head


* For articles having more than three authors, the citation gives the
name of the first-listed author followed by "et al."

** Access limited to AEA members.