Trends in publishing academic grey literature: examples from economics

Fethy Mili (Fethy Mili is a Librarian in the Departement de Sciences Economiques Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada)

International Journal on Grey Literature

ISSN: 1466-6189

Publication date: 1 December 2000


What impact might electronic publishing have on grey literature? This work tries to give some answers based on changes in the publishing of economics research preprints or working‐paper series. Institutions and some members of the economics community have created archives to facilitate access to working paper series. In this document, we evaluate the prospects for electronic publishing of economics preprints using an inventory of material available from institutions’ web sites. Also the paper contains an overview of some working‐paper archives managed by economists.



Mili, F. (2000), "Trends in publishing academic grey literature: examples from economics", International Journal on Grey Literature, Vol. 1 No. 4, pp. 157-166.

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