The Economist - US Edition
The Economist - US
The color Kindle edition of The Economist - US Edition is now available on the Kindle Reading App for your Android device. Download issues at no extra cost from Archived Items. The Economist is the premier source for the analysis of world business and current affairs, providing authoritative insight and opinion on international news, world politics, business, finance, science and technology, as well as overviews of cultural trends and regular Special reports on industries and countries. Established in 1843 to campaign against the protectionist corn laws, The Economist remains, in the second half of its second century, true to the liberal principles of its founder. James Wilson, a hat maker from the small Scottish town of Hawick, believed in free trade, internationalism and minimum interference by government, especially in the affairs of the market. The Economist also takes a fiercely independent stance on social issues, from gay marriage to the legalisation of drugs, but its main service to its readers is as a global newspaper: To uncover new ideas from all around the world. The Kindle Edition of The Economist contains all of the articles and graphics found in the print edition, but will not include all photos. For your convenience, issues are auto-delivered wirelessly to your ...
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The Economist Magazine (May 16, 2019) A New Kind of Cold War
The Economist Magazine The World in 2019 Special Edition
The Economist Magazine The World in 2019 Special
The Economist The World In 2019 Special Edition Magazine Philosophy Briefs: Liberalism's greatest thinkers (Free from The Economist)& A Manifesto for Liberalism (Free from The Economist) The World in 2019 The World in 2019 will build on three decades of publishing success: this will be the 33rd edition. It will look ahead to the Trump administration’s prospects with a new Congress, the reality of Brexit, elections in India, Indonesia, Nigeria and across Europe, tech disruptions from AI and China (could 2019 mark “peak Sillicon Valley”?), space travel 50 years after the Moon landing and culture 500 years after Leonardo da Vinci.
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The Economist Guide to Financial Markets (6th Ed): Why they exist and how they work (Economist Books)
The Economist Guide to Financial Markets (6th Ed):
Extensively revised and updated following the fallout from the global financial crisis, the 6th edition of this highly regarded book brings the reader right up to speed with the latest financial market developments, and provides a clear and incisive guide to a complex world that even those who work in it often find hard to understand.In chapters on the markets that deal with money, foreign exchange, equities, bonds, commodities, financial futures, options and other derivatives, the book examines why these markets exist, how they work, and who trades in them, and gives a run-down of the factors that affect prices and rates.Business history is littered with disasters that occurred because people involved their firms with financial instruments they didn't properly understand. If they had had this book they might have avoided their mistakes. For anyone wishing to understand financial markets, there is no better guide.
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THE ECONOMIST MAGAZINE, NEXT TO BLOW BRITAIN'S CONSTITUTION JUNE, 1st - 7th 2019 ( PLEASE NOTE: ALL THESE MAGAZINES ARE PET & SMOKE FREE MAGAZINES. NO ADDRESS LABEL. FRESH FROM NEWSSTAND) (SINGLE ISSUE MAGAZINE)
The Economist Magazine (March 9, 2019) The New Scramble For Africa
The Economist Magazine (March 9, 2019) The New
The Economist Magazine (March 9, 2019) The New Scramble For Africa KAL's cartoon Leaders Geopolitics Online news in Russia Don't be evil European industrial policy L'Europe, c'est moi Algeria Out with the old Aviation Plane stupid Letters On socialism, San Francisco, taxes, China, English, Johnny Cash Letters to the editor Briefing Africa and geopolitics Choices on the continent United States Texas politics Twilight in Austin Wisconsin politics Evers so bold Day care for all It takes a government child-care centre Meth deaths Scourge upon scourge Democrats and black voters The look-homeward angle Lexington America First in Kashmir The Americas Mexico Pesos to the people Canadian politics The troubles of Trudeau History with a beat Carnival history lesson Bello Against the odds Asia Uzbekistan No inspectors call Banyan Hostage justice Kashmir Nadir in the valley North Korea The other security issue Palm oil A pale shade of green Palm oil and biodiversity Snakes on a plantation China The economy A new tune The Tibetan plateau The sensitive month Chaguan When China praises democracy Middle East and Africa Protests in Algeria "Bury him, don't elect him" Egypt's blame game Brothers under the bed Weapon sales Predator pricing Politics in Nigeria States of despair African cities Destroy...
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The Economist Magazine (February 16, 2019) The Rise of Millennial Socialism
The Economist Magazine (February 16, 2019) The Rise
Socialism is storming back because it has formed an incisive critique of what has gone wrong in Western societies. Whereas politicians on the right have all too often given up the battle of ideas and retreated towards chauvinism and nostalgia, the left has focused on inequality, the environment, and how to vest power in citizens rather than elites. Yet, although the reborn left gets some things right, its pessimism about the modern world goes too far. Its policies suffer from naivety about budgets, bureaucracies and businesses.
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