domingo, abril 20

Serie de documentos de Social Sciences Research Network's (SSRN's) Economic Research Network

Hace un tiempo me llegó de un grupo de distribución de novedades (Societies for the History of Economics. Web Site: una invitación general de Kevin Hoover a suscribirse a los trabajos publicados en la Social Sciences Research Network's (SSRN's) Economic Research Network.

Reproduzco debajo dicha invitación. Recomiendo suscribirse solo a los tópicos interesados, la catarata de trabajos publicados es llamativa.
A FREE AND OPEN FORUM:  Sponsored by the History of Economics Society; open to all interested parties at no cost to the user; accepts papers and abstracts in all areas of history of economics and related fields (anything that might interest historians of economics).

WIDE DISTRIBUTION FOR YOUR WORK:  There are currently 1,894 papers posted to the site and the papers on average have been downloaded 108 times each.

EASY TO KEEP UP WITH CURRENT WORK:  An e-mail abstract journal (the ERN History of Economics eJournal) is circulated regularly announcing recently posted papers and abstracts of articles.  [Despite the title "eJournal," this is simply an announcement of working paper abstracts.

SSRN does not take copyright.  Posting to the SSRN website does not preclude circulation of working papers through other series and does not present any barrier to subsequent publication of papers in refereed journals.]

CONVENIENT ARCHIVE:  It is easy to upload your papers and easy download those of others.  It is easy to check statistics of abstract views and downloads.


Go to and click on Subscribe and follow the instructions.

There are many different series available through SSRN -- some free, some not.  The History of Economics series can be found by following links to the Economics Research Network, from there to the ERN Subject Matter Journals, and finally to the History of Economics Journal.

Hint on maximizing the readership of your papers:  you may submit your paper to up to twelve SSRN journals; so in addition to the History of Economics eJournal, it is a good idea to list your paper under other eJournals related to your topic.

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