From the RePEc Blog:
We are proud to announce the launch of the latest RePEc initiative, the RePEc Biblio. This is a hand-selected collection of the most relevant articles and papers on a wide variety of economics topics. RePEc Biblio is organized as a tree, narrowing the topics as you follow its branches.
The RePEc Biblio lives from the contributions of volunteer editors. Consider helping out if you have taught a class on a topic and have already put together a literature list. Feel also free to contribute your vision of the best papers from your area of research. Volunteer editors are welcome to sign up to populate the tree, either by contacting the manager or the relevant topic editor who can open a sub-topic or sub-sub-topic. We are looking for editors in both the broadest and narrowest fields. And to encourage good editing, readers can rate the topic entries.
Note that IDEAS links from papers, articles, editor profiles, and JEL codes to the relevant RePEc Biblio topics. Authors also find mention of their papers in RePEc Biblio on their IDEAS citation pages.
This is a great idea. So great that I volunteered to edit the contingent valuation section of the tree and the environmental and resource economics editor, Richard S.J. Tol, accepted my offer. I spent an iced in Tuesday developing a CVM reading list with a bunch of my favorite papers (including a few too many of my own), instead of working on things with real deadlines. If you see anything I missed, or something I've written that is so bad that it shouldn't be included, please let me know in the comments section, via email or rate the topic entries.
If you'd like to edit a branch or a twig of the RePEc Biblio all you do is ask the editor.