How to submit QED Working Papers
You can submit working papers electronically in PDF format only.
How to submit electronic QED working papers
When you submit a working paper, several thing occur. The information you give is stored in a searchable database that allows easy access to your paper. Keywords and JEL codes are important to allow your paper to be found. The papers are also listed by year. Next, the information for your paper is stored in the department's RePEc archive, allowing it to be found on the RePEc website. (Click here for the RePEc website. The archive is updated over night.) The final event is that your paper is uploaded to QED, and a cover page is generated using the information you provided and inserted at the front of your paper. It is saved in a location accessable from the web via the search page, annual listings, or RePEc.
For Windows Users:
There are several ways to create PDF document:
If you are using WinEdt with MikTeX, you can use the DVIPDF program as well as pdftex that comes with MikTeX to generate a PDF from your document.
With GSView, installed from Packman for free, you can also convert PS to PDF.
For Linux Users:
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions as to how we can improve electronic access to our working papers, please contact Mark Babcock at 32277 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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