The Economist - One Year Subscription

The Economist - One Year Subscription

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(51 Issues / Weekly)
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Overview

The Economist's vision of the world, style and philosophy are different from other publications. We are international, we stress the links between politics and business, we are irreverent and we are independent. If it matters in our world we cover it - and cover it well. Whether you read each week's copy from cover to cover, scan the headlines on your smartphone, start your day off with Espresso, listen to a special report or research a topic in our online archive - time with The Economist is always time well spent.

Product Details

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2000003285914
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Customer Reviews

Economist - 51 Issues 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
why BN has digital content for sale on it's website that is not compatible with it's e-reader prodcut is beyond me...but I found out the hard way that this product is not. And they wont refund my order since i "accessed" the digital content.
dfish65 More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite magazine of all time. Major bummer that it's not available on the Nook, espcially when I see my iPad friends reading an electronic version. More puzzling is that I can find a subscription offering for the magazine when shopping on my Nook - there's an out-of-date subscription offering under "Hot Newsstand Picks" (the monthly subscription price would have been $10.49) But the link doesn't work when you try to subscribe to the magazine. So apparently, B&N was offering the Nook subscription to the magazine but it is no longer available. I've asked B&N for an explanation but have yet to receive one. I suggest that all interested Nook users keep writing B&N and the Economist and hopefully spur someone to take action and get us the electronic version of the magazine.
Ashcroft00 More than 1 year ago
The Economist is, by far, the most engaging and edifying publication on the market today. I have subscribed for more than fifteen years (since high school) and I consider it to be an annual investment that is worth every dime. Where other weekly publications such as Time and Newsweek have seen their subscription base in absolute freefall, the Economist has watched its number of subscribers soar. The magazine's writers do not hide their bias in favor of "free minds and free markets" and I often find myself in sharp disagreement with the magazine's staunch liberatarian stands on social issues. That aside, each issue of the Economist covers world affairs in far greater detail than your average newspaper or evening news program. If one were to desire knowledge of mayoral politics in Mogadishu, Somalia look no further than the Economist. For those who wish to be accurately and intelligently informed, the Economist is an invaluable resource. You will not be disappointed.
disenfranchised More than 1 year ago
This magazine can not be read on a nook. Try a Kindle?
ecl205 More than 1 year ago
The magazine is great but i'm currently frustrated because I can not get the digital version on the $250 color nook. They want me to pay again. It is great but we already pay over $120 a year. Hopefully they will find a way to correct this transgression.
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Why offer this if you can't see it on the Nook? This is honestly infuriating!
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Serolf_Divad More than 1 year ago
Maybe those complaining in the reviews have the old-school Nook, but i can report that the Economist is most definitely availabel on teh Nook Color. I bought the latest issue recently and it's great. I am seriously considering a subscription. The only problem is how expensive it is (but probably worth it). I just wish you could get a discount subscribing to the Nook version and the paper magazine simultaenously. i know my wife would love the paper copy, while I'd mostly read the digital copy on my Nook Color.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well, was eager to read economist along with my other books. Couldn't find it because it is unavailable. First Nook Letdown.
Sumukha More than 1 year ago
The best magazine out there is still only offered in print format here at Barnes and Noble. My next ebook reader upgrade will be to a Kindle if great magazines like this remain out of the Barnes and Noble bookstore and only in the realm of competitors like Amazon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the best news magazine in publication. Period. I had been planning to get a Nook but probably will go Kindle if they can't fix this in short order. This is a staple.
DUMBLEDOREKF More than 1 year ago
Getting my magazine subscriptions like the Economist is one of the reasons I chose to get an e-reader...looks like I should have chosen the Kindle...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really needs to be available on the nook. I fully support barnes and noble who pays local taxes and actually runs a physical business in my community and this is why I like the nook but we really need to have more options available especially international content. With this in mind the economist is critical Best regards,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I gave my husband a Nook for Christmas. The first thing he wanted to order was the Economist. NOT AVAilble. WHY? Is there anyone out there in Nook land reading these Reviews. Found it right away for the Kindle. Do I need to get one of those too?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's a great magazine, it just needs to be on Nook. Is anyone listening?
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Excellent journalism. I feel out-of-touch with the world when I fall behind on issues and enjoy the exquisite writing style for its own sake. I have been known to laugh out loud in public at some of the unexpected and illustrative dry humor embedded in the articles.