英国The Economist(エコノミスト)
書籍名 英国The Economist(エコノミスト)
書籍の説明 世界中、地域を問わず最先端のニュースを鋭い分析によって報道。英国やアメリカの知識層に愛読される政治経済誌。”ビッグマック指数”や”トール・ラテ指数”など、購買力平価の目安として独自の指数を発表。The Economist はその鋭い経済分析によって世界経済の”これから”を報道します。また、科学技術・書評・芸術などの文化面も毎号掲載。Online版付には紙の雑誌に加えiPad, iPhone, Android, Windows 8, BlackBerry PlayBook and BlackBerry 10のアプリでのThe Economistの閲覧のほか、Economist.com と音声版へのフルアクセスがついていきます。
価格 1200 円
出版社 The Economist Newspaper Limited
発売日 毎週土曜日
ランキング アクセス:96 位
セールス:23 位
■The world this week
Politics
Business
KAL’s cartoon (1)
■Leaders
Diplomacy and security after Crimea
The new world order (475)
Cosmology
Man suddenly sees the start of the universe (3)
Law enforcement in the United States
Armed and dangerous (44)
Investing in infrastructure
The trillion-dollar gap (4)
China’s cities
The great transition (5)
■Letters
Letters
On Tibet, death row, prostate cancer, Africa, tobacco in China, Picasso, inequality, Crimea
■Briefing
The Ukraine crisis
Responding to Mr Putin (18)
Violence in Crimea
Hugs and thugs (1)
The West’s sanctions
Follow the roubles (2)
Germany’s Russia policy
Which war to mention? (7)
Russian money in Britain
Honey trapped (3)
■United States
Paramilitary police
Cops or soldiers? (13)
The economics of prostitution
Sex, lies and statistics (16)
Washington, DC’s mayoral race
A Gray area (1)
North Carolina politics
A purple state sees red
Kansas and Missouri
The new border war (3)
Race and higher education
Not black and white (14)
Lexington
Koch-fuelled politics (12)
■The Americas
Venezuela’s protests
Inside the barrios (4)
Bello
The bets that failed (2)
Mexico’s finance minister
The man from MIT (5)
■Asia
Indonesia’s elections
The chosen one (1)
Indonesia’s haze
Leaders fiddle as Sumatra burns (7)
Japanese politics
Flaming out (1)
Tasmania’s forests
Logging on (2)
A census in Myanmar
Too much information
Banyan
The pressure on the Sierra Madre (2)
■China
Housing markets
Double bubble trouble (2)
Urbanisation
Moving on up
■Middle East and Africa
Iraq
As bad as it gets (1)
Syria’s civil war
Back and forth
Palestinian politics
A succession crisis
Mali
Hurry up, or it’ll be too late
South African business
Somali shop-swap
South Africa
Why they booed him (1)
■Europe
Reform in Italy
Gambler in a rush (4)
Taxes in Europe
Lightening the load
Serbia’s election
A zealot in power (1)
French local elections
Frontal assault (1)
Charlemagne
Adrift over energy
■Britain
The budget
Not for turning (1)
Pensions
Pot luck (3)
Labour’s response
Worlds apart
Pricing carbon
Floored
Housing
Modest plans
High-speed rail
Supersonic
Internal migration
Not on your bike
Bagehot
General Osborne (2)
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■International
The enigma of flight 370
The sound of silence (47)
Internet governance
Doing the ICANN-can (1)
■Business
The music industry
Beliebing in streaming (1)
Music in Sweden
I have a stream
Adobe
Super subs (2)
Chinese internet firms
Migrating finches (1)
Reliance and BP in India
Deep controversy
Schumpeter
Fighting the flab
■Finance and economics
Infrastructure financing
A long and winding road (4)
Buttonwood
Peering into the entrails
Green bonds
Spring in the air (1)
People’s Bank of China
The charm of the BBC
Janet Yellen
Clarity gap (2)
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Deconstruction delays (2)
Portugal’s bail-out
Final call
Free exchange
Staying unconventional
Marjorie Deane internship
■Science and technology
Astrophysics
BICEP flexes its muscles
An ancient fern
Jurassic mark
Peer review
Acid test (1)
Animal behaviour
Paying guests (1)
Nutrition
Fat chance
■Books and arts
Narcissism
Know thy selfie (3)
New York’s mega-rich
Boom with a view
The war on cancer
Enemy of the state
William Kent at the V&A
Gilty secret
Learning Chinese
The memory game (11)
New Chinese fiction
Get into characters (2)
Correction
■Obituary
Tony Benn (7)
■Economic and financial indicators
Output, prices and jobs
Trade, exchange rates, budget balances and interest rates
The Economist commodity-price index
World GDP
Markets