Here you may specify the author(s) of the papers you are searching
The input is a single word or a single group of letters. Allowed
characters are a-z, A-Z, 0-9, "
" (space, blank), "-" (minus), "."
(period) and ":" (colon); as well as the special
characters listed here.
- Note that only one author may be searched at one time.
- Note if you enter a surname and a given name, you would only get
a result if the name of the author is given in exactly this order in
the paper itself.
Example: Giving "Philippe Schmitter"
would produce a result in the EIoP, but "Schmitter
Philippe" will not.
- Example: if you put "Schmi", the
search result may include papers from Schmitter, Schmidt, Schmitt,
Consider the possibility to use the truncation marks (?, *). See
also in the general help section:
- Examples: The input "Ma?er" in the author field
might find authors with the following names: "Mayer", "Maier",
If you enter "Ma*r", the above mentioned authors
might be found, but also "Mayr" and "Mayerhofer".
Please note that if using the asterix, the results might be
quite estonishing: The input "f*r" not only results in "Falkner"
but also in "Lewis, Jeffrey" since the ERPA
database cannot distinguish between surnames and first names. In
order to improve your result, you might however switched to "case
sensitive" and entered "F*r".