Q: How can I access current issues of the Economist?
If you need to access the full text of a journal through the library, follow these steps. If you need to find a recent issue of the Economist, follow the steps below. The library has access to full-color PDFs of issues of the Economist, and you can page through them just like you would a physical copy.
- On the library homepage, click "Journal Holdings."
- Type "Economist" into the search box and click Search.
- Find the correct version of the Economist in the search results. Look for the version that says "London: Economist Newspaper Ltd. 1843). Click "Online access."
- In the screen that pops up, look for the version of the Economist in "ProQuest Central - GALILEO" that's available from 1992, and click the link.
This link will take you to the journal page in ProQuest Central.From here, you can search for a specific article or topic, or browse by issue. Using ProQuest Central to view the Economist, you can open a full-color PDF of each page of the Economist, and page through it as you would a physical copy.
To find a particular issue (like the most recent issue):
- Scroll down to the "Browse specific issues" section.
- Open the menu for the decade of publication.
- Open the menu for the year of publication.
- Open the menu for the month of publication.
- Find the issue you need by the publication date.
For more information
For more help, email the Research and Instructional Services department, or call or visit one of our Research Help Desks:
Sturgis Library at Kennesaw: Ground Floor, Room G-16, 470-578-6325
Johnson Library at Marietta: First Floor, Room C-125, 470-578-7471
Last UpdatedJun 27, 2019
Research Help - Summer 2021