Where can I download The Economist for free?
Keep up to date with the latest economic, business, political and international news by reading The Economist. This popular weekly newspaper is now available for free online through the Bodleian Libraries. View the content from 1843 to the current issue via SOLO.
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What is in The Economist?
The Economist is an international weekly newspaper printed in magazine-format and published digitally that focuses on current affairs, international business, politics, technology, and culture. The newspaper has a prominent focus on data journalism and analysis over original reporting, to both criticism and acclaim.
Who among the below mentioned economist contributed the law of market?
Say’s Law of Markets was developed in 1803 by the French classical economist and journalist, Jean-Baptiste Say. Say was influential because his theories address how a society creates wealth and the nature of economic activity.
What is The Economist app?
The Economist – including: The Economist Today, a handpicked daily selection of the best of our journalism; Espresso, our morning briefing; and your full weekly edition of The Economist newspaper, to read or listen to on the go. Available on iOS and Android.
How does The Economist digital subscription work?
Your subscription includes full access to a wide variety of digital content and features, including: – The Economist app and economist.com, featuring all our daily and weekly journalism – The audio version of our weekly edition, via the app – Espresso, your morning briefing, via the app – Subscriber-exclusive …