What does The Economist cover?
The Economist’s primary focus is world events, politics and business, but it 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 (previously called surveys) on a given topic.
How do I get The Economist for free?
You can register for a free economist.com account here. By registering for a free account you can access a limited number of articles for free per month on the economist.com website. You can also sign up for our free newsletters, such as our daily The Economist Today and fortnightly Climate Issue.
Does The Economist have a print only subscription?
What type of subscription packages do you offer? You can enjoy The Economist in digital format, as well as a Digital + Print package. We offer a range of subscription terms, including introductory offers and longer terms designed to save you money (choose from 1 to 3 years).
Can you buy individual copies of The Economist?
The Economist has launched a single copy subscription service that allows readers to order just one copy of the magazine for home delivery the next day.
Can you share economist subscription?
Each registration and subscription is for the personal use of the Registered User or subscriber only. You may not share your log-in details or password with any other person. You may not share or transfer your subscription.
How much is a one year subscription to The Economist?
The Economist Magazine 1-Year Digital Subscription $59.99.
How much is The Economist print edition?
$249.00. If you purchase the auto-renewing offer, your subscription will renew at the end of the current term.
How can I get an economist for cheap?
Does The Economist offer student discounts? If you’re a student, you can enjoy getting your favourite magazine cheaper when you purchase a subscription for a period of 6 months or more. Just select the ‘student’ option when choosing your subscription – the longer you subscribe for, the more you’ll save!
What subjects cover economics?
Economics majors study supply and demand, financial markets, and consumer behavior. They also learn about economic policy and international trade. In addition to economics courses, undergrads take classes in statistics, business, and social science.