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For The Economist Historical Archive:
“For writers and students, an unrivalled source of authoritative and accessible, political, economic and social analysis and commentary since 1843.”
Dr Richard Roberts, The Centre for Contemporary British History, Institute for Historical Research, London
“An archive as gripping as it is good…The Economist has shown how backfile digitisation should be done”
Mark Chillingworth, Information World Review
For The Economist:
“Highly intelligent discussion is The Economist’s contribution to Britain and to journalism”
“May be the most sensible publication in the English language.”
The New York Times
"I have been a long time reader of The Economist online as well as in print. It gives an irreplaceable perspective on the whole globe."
Stewart Butterfield, founder of Flickr
"The most successful magazine global brand in the world, on and off the web"
Los Angeles Times
"To source my stories, I read a tremendous number of books and papers, I subscribe to research services, and I read The Economist religiously"
Jim Leitner, Founder of Falcon Management