Wednesday, January 09, 2008

TRIAL: The Economist 1843-2003 (again)

The complete facsimile run of The Economist until 2003 is now available online with an open trial until 8th February 2008. We previously trialled it in Oct/Nov 2007 when it 70% complete.

To access The Economist Historical Archive 1843-2003 go to
http://www.galeuk.com/economistopen.

After trying The Economist 1843-2003 please leave a comment.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I found the material on The Economist to be really useful, more up to date than other resources and put into a good context within the articles. 10/10

Anonymous said...

This is not olny as well set out and effective as the Times Digital Archive, it is just as essential from a research perspective. This has such a wide research application that I frankly can't see how we can do without it.

Anonymous said...

why does the university not offer access to the economist.com website itself, and the full newspaper archive at thomsongale??

other universities offer it and i would see it as essential to most social science courses?

Terry Bucknell said...

Good news - we have now purchased the Economist archive, and we have set-up online access from 2000 onwards at economist.com.