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- Use an asterisk at the end of a word to retrieve various
forms of that word. For example, mone* will find money or
- Use an ampersand between words in a box if you want each
word to be present. For example, productivity & technology
in the title box will find only those publications that have both words in
the title. Add an * after technolog* to retrieve publications that have all
forms of technology (technologies, technological) and productivity in the
- Use a slash between words in a box if you want either word
to be present. For example, Federal Open Market Committee/FOMC
- Use a colon between years in the Publication year box
to select a range of years. For example, 2004:2006
- Use an exclamation point between words to exclude the
second term. For example, productivity ! technolog*
- Click on the Browse Index box and choose Words List or Terms List (in
some cases only one list is available) to browse either of these indexes.
Then click on paste to put the selected entry into the search box. Note that
the version and/or settings of your browser may affect the Browse Index feature.
- Use the Reset Button to clear the search form.
If you retrieve too many records, consider limiting your search by year.
You could also use the exclamation point in a search box or the NOT to the
left of the search boxes.
We have started to add JEL codes to new working papers. Search for JEL code in
the Subject heading search box.