Economics Working Papers
Federal Reserve Board: Working Papers (opens in new window)
Federal Reserve economists produce original research on a broad range of topics relevant to the U.S. and foreign economies. These working papers are preliminary versions that are being shared in a timely manner to a broad research community, with the aim of contributing to scholarly debate and soliciting constructive feedback. This work is also often presented at research conferences and many of the papers are later published in peer-reviewed journals and other scholarly outlets.
African Development Bank Working Paper Series (opens in new window)
This series presents research findings on topics relevant to African development policy issues. Submissions for the publication of an Economic Research Working Paper are welcome from all professionals; please see the Information for Contributors for more details.
Asian Development Bank: Economics Working Papers (opens in new window)
Browse and search for publications by entering the title of the ADB publication or keywords in the search box. You may narrow your search results by clicking on publication type, country, or subject. The results may be further filtered by series, language, and year.
Bank for International Settlements: Working Papers (opens in new window)
BIS Working Papers are written by economists from the BIS and, occasionally, from central banks or academic institutions. Some of these papers have been presented at BIS meetings or at events organised by other organisations. The views expressed in them are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the BIS.
WIDER Working Papers (opens in new window)
On 1 January 2010, UNU-WIDER introduced the WIDER Working Papers Series (ISSN 1798-7237), which are working papers posted online aimed to stimulate discussion and critical comment.
The series amalgamates and replaces both the previous Discussion Paper and the Research Paper series. The working papers are registered with an individual ISBN to enable citation and library referencing and are available for downloading. The online WIDER working papers are supported by a selective print-on-demand service upon specific request from developing country readers and organizations.
Professional Organizations and Associations
American Economic Association (opens in new window)
AEA encourages economic research, promotes publications on economic subjects, and encourages freedom of economic discussion
American Law and Economics Association (opens in new window)
The American Law and Economics Association is dedicated to the advancement of economic understanding of law and related areas of public policy and regulation.
Royal Economic Society (opens in new window)
The Royal Economic Society is one of the oldest and most prestigious economic associations in the world. It is a learned society, founded in 1890 with the aim “to promote the study of economic science.”
World Economics Association (opens in new window)
The World Economics Association (WEA) was launched on May 16, 2011. It fills a gap in the international community of economists — the absence of a truly international, inclusive, pluralist, professional association. The American Economic Association and UK’s Royal Economic Society provide broad associations mainly for their country’s economists. The WEA will do the same for the world’s community of economists, while promoting a pluralism of approaches to economic analysis.