Over and over again we were searching for BibTeX styles files (.bst) that follow the required styles of specific journals. So we decided to create a list ourselves. If you have any additions or corrections, please lets us know!Continue reading “Economics journals BibTex styles (.bst)”
Manually importing references into your BiBTeX database can be tedious (and prone to make errors…). While you can download the BiBTeX code from the journal websites or other sites such as IDEAS, there are
three four other useful ways to efficiently update your BiBTeX database
I just came across a very simple way to retrieve the full BibTex-Code from DOI. Just copy the DOI of a paper you want to cite and paste it into the search field of this website: http://www.doi2bib.org/
Just found an easy way to import new references into my bibtex-database. When accessing Google Scholar, you can change google scholar preferences (next to the search field) that you get the bibtex-code for each result. Especially for working paper versions or conference papers this can be messy. But in general an easy way to update your bibtex-database.
There is a handy open source program to organize all your bibliography in bibtex. Bibtex is a open source code which is mainly used for managing bibliography for latex-documents, but which can also be used for MS Word. Continue reading “Organise your bibliography with JabRef”