Key Features of The Economist Historical Archive

  • The complete run  – more than 8,686 issues
  •  Digitally captured in full colour from print copies
  •  Full text and keyword searchable
  •  Selection of fully searchable and downloadable tables
  •  Multiple search paths and limiters to pinpoint results quickly
  •  Searchable covers gallery
  •   Authoritative “leaders” (editorials), news coverage, commentaries and letters on British, American and world politics and business
  •  Special surveys and supplements on Countries and Industries
  •  Renowned sections including 'Science and Technology'
  •  Classified and display advertising profiling major companies, job opportunities, etc
  •  Founded in 1843 to campaign for free trade and freedom of the individual, its principles and its methods remain just as relevant today. With a global circulation of more than 1.2 million, The Economist has consistently delivered a highly intelligent and comprehensive report of the week's events, with dispatches from all over the world

Summary of Benefits

  • “Makes the inaccessible accessible”
                    - Complete print run
                    - Archive is all in one place and is convenient to use as well as saving valuable shelf space
  • An essential resource across a range of disciplines including History, Politics, Science, Business, Finance and more
  • National and International content
  • Multiple search and limit options
  • Browse editions week by week, cover to cover