Stay up to date with our RSS feedsAn easy way to keep up with STICERD research, papers, news, and events is through our RSS feeds.
You can use these feeds in several ways. Some web browsers, some mobile phones, and some email programmes will allow you to monitor RSS feeds, providing a simple way of keeping up with our latest developments. We have instructions on how you can view feeds and see updated content on Outlook 2007.
There are also specialised web services and software applications which let you monitor our feeds alongside feeds from other websites. Examples are Google reader (a web service) and FeedDemon (a piece of software).
But you can also use these feeds to power widgets on a variety of other sites. For example, you could add a feed of current blic Economics Programme (PEP) papers, to your Google or Yahoo homepage.
How to find the feedsPages on our news, publications and events sections will have a link to the relevant RSS feed at the top of the page next to an orange icon, like this:
When you get to the page you are interested in, look for the webfeed icon. This links to the related feed.
How to locate the feeds by urlHere's a list of feeds that are presently available through the STICERD website:
Development Discussion Papers
Economics of Industry Papers
International Studies Papers
Japanese Studies Programme Papers
Public Economics Programme Discussion Papers
Social Policies and Distributional Outcomes Research Notes
Social Policies and Distributional Outcomes Research Papers
Social Policies and Distributional Outcomes Research Reports
Social Policy in a Cold Climate Research Notes
Social Policy in a Cold Climate Research Reports
Social Policy in a Cold Climate Research Working Papers
Theoretical Economics Papers
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