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The Economist and Other New Subscriptions

What are the unique attributes of this resource which make it worthwhile? For over 170 years, The Economist has reported on the world’s political, business, scientific, technological, and cultural developments and the connections between them, appealing for its economic and political analysis. The Economist Historical Archive offers an invaluable perspective on the great events of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and is an essential accompaniment to The Times Digital Archive for its overview of national and international affairs. It provides researchers with quick access to:

  • Editorials, news, commentary and letters that afford insight into British, European, American, and world affairs
  • Highly regarded country reports, industry reports, supplements, and surveys that offer the ability to track regional trends and forecasts.
  • Special surveys and supplements on countries and industries that offer perspectives on markets and geographies
  • Renowned sections such as “Science and Technology” that provide in-depth topic analysis, as well as book reviews and obituaries that lend human interest
  • Classified and display advertising that profiles major companies, job opportunities, educational opportunities, and more from a global perspective
  • Key economic indicators post-1983 available in exportable format — many charts and tables are downloadable as a spreadsheet, allowing users to manipulate statistical tables and financial and economic data
  • With the full-text search capabilities, students and scholars can conduct research on all the great events of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
More New Databases
  • Twentieth Century North American Drama (ProQuest/ASP)
  • National Theatre Collection (ProQuest/ASP)
  • American Historical Periodicals, Series 6  (Gale)
  • Women’s Studies, Vision and Voice (Gale)
NOTE: These purchases were made using revenues from endowed funds.
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