The Economist offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them.
The Economist Magazine
Weekly (51 issues per year)
About The Economist
Established in 1843, The Economist remains true to its founding principles, including the belief in free trade, internationalism and minimum interference by government, especially in matters of the market. Today, the magazine covers domestic and international news, politics and business. And, so you'll be "in the know" before your colleagues, you'll receive your copy hot off the press each week.
Each issue of The Economist has sections dedicated to Africa, the Americas, Asia, Britain, China, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the United States. Regular features include: "Face Value," a section about prominent people in the business world; "Free Exchange," a column on general economics that is normally based on academic research; statistics on the economy; and an obituary. In addition, you'll find content on science and technology, as well as books and the arts.
Every other week, an in-depth special report is included on one of these main categories: Business, Countries and Regions, Economics, Finance, Science and Technology, and Other. Every three months, you'll receive a technology report titled "Technology Quarterly." And, your subscription includes special annual issues like "The World in [Year]" publication.
Talk about thorough ... The Economist does not skimp on substance!
Readers who enjoy in-depth, well-written analysis and information about the main business and political events of the week would enjoy a subscription to The Economist.