How to Subscribe to the Center for Economic and Policy Research RSS Feeds
What is CEPR RSS?
The Center for Economic and Policy Research's RSS feeds are a way for users of the CEPR website to have web content delivered to them, and for the Center for Economic and Policy Research to share content. Think of it as your own research news feed.
How does RSS work?
To use RSS, you will need an RSS news reader or aggregator that will allow you to collect and display RSS feeds. You may download a news reader (many are free) or use a newsreader that allows you to add your feeds directly to a webpage—no download required. Either way, the news readers keep all of your feeds in one place and update your content automatically.
How Do I Subscribe?
In the location bar of your browser, at its far right, you should see an RSS icon. Click on that, select which feed you'd like to subscribe to (English or Spanish), and then follow the directions for adding the feed to the feed reader of your choice. Or select the feed you want below:
A feed that consists of all of CEPR's latest reports, testimonies, Data Bytes, op-eds and the CEPR Blog.
CEPR en Espanol
A feed that consists of CEPR's latest reports, testimonies, Data Bytes, and op-eds translated into Spanish.
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