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|LogEc: Detailed access statistics for RePEc items and authors.
Scenes from the RePEc Team summit, May 2002A LogEc list of the top 25 RePEc series last month (in terms of the number of file downloads) is available. Although IDEAS is only one of the RePEc services providing access to these archives, information on last month's activity on the IDEAS archive is indicative of the worldwide interest in the materials they contain.