New Economics Papers (NEP)

This service lists new works from the RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) database, which has information on more than 300,000 working papers, articles, and other types of research output from more than 500 different organizations. NEP offers subject-specific announcements via mailing lists when new material is entered into this database. As of July 2005, there were more than 36,000 subscriptions from more than 15,000 e-mail addresses. Currently, NEP includes these areas:

  • Accounting
  • Africa
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Business Economics
  • Central Banking
  • Cognitive & Behavioural Economics
  • Collective Decision-Making
  • Corporate Finance
  • Confederation of Independent States
  • Computational Economics
  • Industrial Competition
  • Cultural Economics
  • Central & Western Asia
  • Discrete Choice Models
  • Development
  • Dynamic General Equilibrium
  • Econometrics
  • Education
  • European Economics
  • Efficiency & Productivity
  • Energy Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Environmental Economics
  • Econometric Time Series
  • Evolutionary Economics
  • Experimental Economics
  • Finance
  • Financial Markets
  • Forecasting
  • Economic Geography
  • Game Theory
  • Health Economics
  • Business, Economic & Financial History
  • History & Philosophy of Economics
  • Insurance Economics
  • Information & Communication Technologies
  • International Finance
  • Industrial Organization
  • Innovation
  • International Trade
  • Labour Economics
  • Central & South America
  • Law & Economics
  • Unemployment, Inequality & Poverty
  • Macroeconomics
  • Marketing
  • Microfinance & Financial Development
  • Microeconomics
  • Monetary Economics
  • Network Economics
  • Post Keynesian Economics
  • Positive Political Economics
  • Public Economics
  • Public Finance
  • Regulation
  • Resource Economics
  • Risk Management
  • South East Asia
  • Social Norms & Social Capital
  • Sociology of Economics
  • Sports & Economics
  • Technology & Industrial Dynamics
  • Transition Economics
  • Tourism Economics
  • Urban & Real Estate Economics

Each of these areas has an editor who reviews the incoming works.

http://nep.repec.org