Working Papers Subscriptions
A full subscription to the NBER Working Paper series provides digital access to all new NBER Working Papers. It is also possible to subscribe to the sets of Working Papers associated with individual NBER programs, on a program-by-program basis. Pricing for a full subscription or on a per-program basis may be found below. Institutional subscriptions allow access for an unlimited number of users affiliated with the subscribing institution.
Refunds for cancellations or changes to subscriptions are available only within the first 90 days of the subscription. Subscription terms are for one year; discounts cannot be offered.
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Complimentary Working Paper Series Access
All users of the NBER website are entitled to three complimentary downloads annually.
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Journalists and other members of the media may register to receive complimentary subscriptions.
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The NBER offers complimentary working paper access to residents of countries where per capita GDP is less than $35,000 (2017) as recorded by the International Monetary Fund.