Citations in Economics provides citation analysis for documents distributed on the RePEc digital library. For each document made available in electronic format we automatically extract and parse its list of references. In this way we know which documents have been cited, how many times and what the citing documents are.
Data created by Citations in Economics is not intended for direct user access. Instead, it is made available to RePEc services so that they may improve their added value to the research community. The following RePEc services have already implemented citation data: Socionet, CIRTEC, EconPapers and IDEAS.
For more information about Citations in Economics contact: José Manuel Barrueco (University of Valencia, Spain)