This service is addressed to RePEc archive maintainers. Using the form bellow it is posible for them to know the processing status of documents distributed on their archives.
All electronic documents freely available on the internet are processed in order to extract the references and look for citations to other RePEc documents. Such process is carried out automatically. There are a variety of reassons for which a document may not be processed correctly. Archives mainatiners may be interested into know the status of their documents in CitEc in order to take the measures needed to improve the processing.
By entering a valid RePEc handle (archive, series or document) the system will return a list of status codes and the number of documents with such status. It is possible for archive maintainers to improve the parsing of their documents including a field X-File-Ref in the ReDIF templates
baddocument: We have not been able to convert this document to text in order to process it.
X-File-Ref: It is possible to help the system to improve the parsing of references using the X-File-Ref field in ReDIF templates. The value of this field must be a valid url of an utf8 text file cointaining the references of the paper described by the template. For example:
At the url listed should live an utf8 text file starting with the string References and two blank lines. Then the list of references of the document. A few recomendations for building the references list:
For example, the previous file contains:
Aiyagari, S. R. and Wallace, N. (1991). .Existence of Steady States with Positive Consumption in the Kiyotaki.Wright Model,. Review of Economic Studies 58, 901.916.
Butlin, S. J. (1968). Foundations of the Australian Monetary System 1788.1851. Sydney: Sydney Univ. Press.
Cavalcanti, R. de O., Erosa, A., and Temzelides, T. (1997). .Private Money and Reserve Management in a Random Matching Model,. University of Western Ontario, Research Report 9715, Department of Economics.
Diamond, P. A. (1990). .Pairwise Credit in Search Equilibrium,. Quarterly Journal of Economics 105, 285.319.