The Economist Magazine

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The Economist is a weekly financial news and business magazine that delivers highly in-depth articles about the economy, business, politics, and government. More Info
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About The Economist

The magazine covers both domestic and international issues, with sections dedicated to the United States, the Americas, Asia, China, the Middle East and Africa, Europe, and Britain. While The Economist's primary focus is world news, politics, and business, the magazine also runs regular sections on science and technology as well as books and the arts.

Approximately every two weeks, the publication includes an in-depth special report on one of these five main categories: Countries and Regions, Business, Finance and Economics, Science and Technology, and Other. Every three months, it publishes a technology report called "Technology Quarterly." Other regular features include: "Face Value," a section about prominent people in the business world; "Free Exchange," a general economics column that is frequently based on academic research; economic statistics, such as employment statistics and other special statistical features; and an obituary. Special annual issues include its "The World in [Year]" publication.

Readers who want to learn more about global economics, free trade, globalization, and the like would enjoy a subscription to The Economist.
Issues per Year: 51
Estimated Delivery: 4-6 weeks
Publishing Frequency: Weekly
Publisher Name: Economist Newspaper

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This Should be Required Reading

I have been a subscriber of The Economist for 10 years and I think it is unquestionably the best news magazine on the stands today. The articles and content are first-rate and I don't know...Read complete review

I have been a subscriber of The Economist for 10 years and I think it is unquestionably the best news magazine on the stands today. The articles and content are first-rate and I don't know why more people don't read it each week. The cost is surprisingly low--$100 a year in Canada--so it's considerably cheaper than your daily newspaper. It is remarkably unbiased in its political views plus I appreciate the fact that they don't run lightweight articles. Subscribing to The Economist is a no-brainer for me.

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Too liberal.

Quality of the publication is fine, but it always seems to have a liberal take on issues and reports them like facts.

Quality of the publication is fine, but it always seems to have a liberal take on issues and reports them like facts.

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Too liberal.

By Trogg

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        Quality of the publication is fine, but it always seems to have a liberal take on issues and reports them like facts.

        (19 of 31 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        The Economist subscription

        By pb

        from North Carolina

        The Economist subscription is a great resource to keep you informed. They cut through a lot of the bull you get if you watch a Cable News Network, getting to the actual events instead of the sensationalized story. The articles can be longer than I care for, but at least The Economist doesn't skimp on substance.

        (26 of 42 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        The Economist

        By rarot

        from Kentucky

        I've been a subscriber of The Economist for 15 years. If you want to get in-depth analysis about economic, social and political issues, this is the magazine to read.

        (31 of 50 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Researcher's Friend

        By Russ

        from Sylvester,Georgia USA

        The Economist is an authoritative magazine that covers many sections of business and politics thoroughly. T.V. news covers barely any detail, many magazine gloss over the same topics but this magazine covers cracks and crevices that are often ignored by others but that are critical to understanding anything. I recommend this magazine to anyone who wants to be in the know before all the others get there.

        (38 of 71 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        One of the finest world news magazines in print

        By Redneck Derek

        from Backwoods of SC

        All of the so-called news magazines put together (Time, Newsweek, BusinessWeek, etc.) don't equal the information found in one issue of The Economist. If you want real news for your money instead of ad-filled garbage, you'll do good to drop the others and use your savings here. My only gripe is some American opinion-injected reporting is starting to creep into this British-based publication.

        (41 of 74 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Expensive - and worth every penny!

        By Veracruz69

        from Madison, WI USA

        Although it's expensive, The Economist is worth every penny. The Economist takes a middle-of-the-road to slightly conservative view on things, and the articles (especially the cover story article), can be quite long. But the reporting is in-depth, a rare quality in this time of 10 second news bites. It takes a week to slog through everything, but it's worth it!

        (38 of 67 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        The Best Magazine You Can Subscribe To!

        By Coxie

        from San Francisco Bay Area

        The Economist is by far the best magazine you can subscribe to if you want a fair and unbiased view of what is happening in the world. The articles are extremely well written, unbelievably current (they must write it as it is being printed), and offer a great balance of home and foreign issues. If you want to expand your knowledge and keep up to date with what is happening globally, economically, and politically then this magazine is without a doubt the way to go!

        (88 of 151 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        This Should be Required Reading

        By Hail The Seminoles

        from Montreal, Canada

        I have been a subscriber of The Economist for 10 years and I think it is unquestionably the best news magazine on the stands today. The articles and content are first-rate and I don't know why more people don't read it each week. The cost is surprisingly low--$100 a year in Canada--so it's considerably cheaper than your daily newspaper. It is remarkably unbiased in its political views plus I appreciate the fact that they don't run lightweight articles. Subscribing to The Economist is a no-brainer for me.

        (74 of 138 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Rhe global Paper of Record

        By Alberta Man

        from Canada

        The Economist's authority is unrivaled. A copy of the Economist in one's home suggests that one is a sophisticated follower of world affairs. A libertarian or pro-business view can be detected in the magazine, but it may be better characterized as a skeptical and wry observer.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        The economist in the car

        By bobfromwashingtonstate

        from Seattle, Washington State, USA

        This is about the Audio edition in MP3 format. It is ideal for listening in the car or on the bus. Great coverage of the entire planet. NO ADS. A good, balanced non-USA view. Do the USA news outlets waste your time? Then this is for you.

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