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Search Tips

Here are some useful tips to help you with your keyword searches. Once you've run a keyword search, you can apply filters (publication type, date, expert, issue, region). You can also browse publications by simply selecting a filter.

Type your word(s) or phrase(s) into the Keyword box. Searches are not case sensitive, so you don’t need to capitalize. There are several ways to construct your keyword search:

ENTER ONE WORD
Your search will return every publication containing that word.
Example: economy

ENTER A PHRASE
Enclose a phrase in quotation marks to return only publications containing that exact phrase.
Example: “economic growth” or "New Zealand"

MULTIPLE KEYWORDS OR PHRASES
If you enter several words/phrases, your search will return only publications containing all of the words/phrases.
Example: economic growth New Zealand

ADVANCED SEARCH TIPS

Use the plus (+) symbol to include words and/or the minus (-) symbol to exclude words
Examples:
financial +regulation -g20
economic +growth -China

Enter several words/phrases separated by the word OR to find every publications containing at least one of the words/phrases
Examples:
"financial regulation" OR g20
"economic growth" OR "South Pacific"