Edited in London since 1843, The Economist is a weekly international news and business publication, offering clear reporting, commentary and analysis on world current affairs, business, finance, science and technology, culture, society, media and the arts. As noted on its contents page, The Economist's goal is to "take part in a severe contest between intelligence, which presses forward, and an unworthy, timid ignorance obstructing our progress." The Economist is read by more of the world's political and business leaders than any other magazine. In March 2014 circulation stood at over 1.5m.
Economist.com is a premier source for the analysis of global business and current affairs. It includes the full editorial from The Economist's print edition. The site also features a growing range of unique web-only content. Visitors to the site absorb a daily diet of news, analysis, columns, blogs and multimedia, while contributing to the ongoing debates and discussions themselves. The site also features a suite of research tools and data for subscribers, including free access to a searchable archive, as well as The Economist audio edition.
The Economist Espresso
The Economist Espresso is a morning briefing from the editors of The Economist. Delivered to your smartphone or inbox before breakfast, it tells you what's on the global agenda in the coming day, what to look out for in business, finance and politics and, most importantly, what to make of it.
The World in...
The Economist's annual compilation of forecasts, The World in... examines the critical issues that will shape the year ahead. Journalists from The Economist, prominent politicians and personalities, along with luminaries from the world of business offer their considered predictions on business, politics and technology.
Maintaining the perfect balance between style and substance, 1843 allows you to explore the world through profiles, narrative and travel writing. Engaging the globally curious, 1843 captivates readers across every continent with its witty, fast-paced and forward-thinking journalism. Published on a bi-monthly basis, it embraces The Economist’s curiosity and independence in style and tone, but adds a little something extra with sections on style, design, travel, food and drink.
Which MBA? is an annual ranking and online resource advising prospective MBA students on all the aspects they need to consider before signing up to a graduate management programme.
The Economist Events
The Economist Events is the leading provider of international forums for senior executives seeking new insights into strategic issues. These meetings include industry conferences, management events and government roundtables held around the world. Each meeting organised by the events teams delivers objective and informed analysis. Meetings provide unusually high-level forums where senior executives can gain insights, exchange views and compare strategies.
The Economist Corporate Network
The Economist Corporate Network is The Economist Group’s business intelligence, briefing and networking service for senior executives. Its members benefit directly from our insight on economic and business trends in emerging markets and from access to a wide network of peers and analysts.
The Economist books
The Economist publishes titles that cover a broad range of subjects: the handy Pocket Series on regional data; management themes; Essential Guides; and reference titles that delve deeper into specialist subjects.
The Economist diaries
First published in 1949 and designed to support the business executive, the Economist collection of diaries and leather-bound business gifts is designed to bring organisation and composure to a hectic world.
The Economist store
The Economist Store is The Economist Group's online retail business. It stocks Economist books, diaries and business accessories as well as offering back issues of The Economist and its audio editions and subscriptions to The Economist Historical Archive.
Rights and Syndication
Our Rights and Syndication business resells The Economist's intellectual property, its content, around the world. Articles from The Economist are re-published in 50 countries and in 25 different languages. They appear in both print and electronic media. Customers range from publishers of educational textbooks to Japanese daily newspapers.