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The IHP Research Paper Series is the institute’s flagship
publication channel. All papers are peer-reviewed, subject to
stringent editing and preparation, and available in both electronic
and printed formats. They present major research and policy analysis
findings from work done by IHP researchers or commissioned by
IHP from external experts.
The IHP Technical Paper Series documents the work of IHP researchers
and collaborators that falls outside the scope of the IHP Research
Paper Series. The series is used primarily as a channel to make
available in electronic format and in a timely manner research
results, which may not warrant full printing as IHP Research Papers.
They may not be as substantial or as of wide an interest as IHP
Research Papers, but have been subject to internal peer review.
In certain instances, IHP Technical Papers may be duplicates of
papers published elsewhere, but based on IHP work.
The IHP Working Paper Series documents the results of work by
IHP researchers and collaborators that do not warrant full formal
publication in the Research Paper or Technical Paper series. The
series is used primarily as a channel to promote timely dissemination
of work in progress, or final dissemination of research and methodological
findings, which may be of interest only to a small technical audience.
They may be preliminary and unpolished results of analysis, and
have not necessarily been subject to the same level of editing
and review as Research and Technical papers. In certain instances,
Citation and use of these papers should take into account their
potentially provisional nature.