Research Papers in Administration

Chaire d'Infomation Financière et Organisationnelle, CIFO (ESG-UQAM)

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The NEP e-publications are issued every week. They help you keep in touch with new research undertaken worldwide. For example, NEPBEC specializes in business economics and related fields of administration sciences. NEPREG informs you about the new developments in regulation and associated areas of public administration.
All NEP papers are retrieved from hundreds international archives disseminating the research items of thousands institutions and contributing authors worldwide (you can see more statistics at LogEc). Over  80 electronic publications are available at no charge, each focused on a particular area such as education, health, unemployment and poverty, energy, macroeconomics, econometrics, time series, and many more. Of special interest to those interested by administrative sciences is the following (non-exhaustive) list:



Business Economics

Business, Economics and Financial History

Cognitive and Behavioral Economics

Collective Decision Making

Corporate Finance

Corporate Strategy and Economics of Strategic Management

Efficiency and Productivity



Financial Markets

Knowledge Management and the Knowledge Economy


Industrial Competition

Industrial Organization


Insurance Economics

International Finance


Network Economics

Public Economics

Public Finance


Risk Management

Technology and Industry Dynamics

Urban and Real Estate Economics

About the RePAd project

The RePAd project is managed from theDépartement des Sciences Administratives de l'Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO), part of the Université du Québec network. The department partners include École Supérieure de Commerce Extérieur, and the Chaire d'Information Financière et Organisationnelle, CIFO (ESG-UQAM).
RePAd is financed by the Fonds Institutionnel de Recherche (UQO). It aims at enhancing the diffusion of electronic information with a comprehensive content designed for researchers, students, and practioners interested by issues in business administration, public policy and related fields of economics, statistics and probability.


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