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Der Economist ist eine der weltweit ältesten Zeitschriften und erscheint seit 1843. Das Magazin erscheint wöchentlich und wird in London herausgegeben.

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Inhaltlich ist der Economist durch seine liberale Ausrichtung und die internationale Berichterstattung gekennzeichnet. Das Magazin erscheint in englischer Sprache und wird in sage und schreibe 200 Ländern herausgegeben. Die Schwerpunktthemen des Economist sind Politik, Wirtschaft und Finanzen. Darüber hinaus finden sich aber immer auch Artikel aus der Welt der Wissenschaft sowie Kunst und Kultur. Bekannt wurde der Economist unter anderem durch seine Indizes. So wird mit dem „Big-Mac-Index“ die Kaufkraft einer Währung bestimmt, zudem existieren auch der „Demokratie-Index“ und der „Global Peace Index“, die weltweite Beachtung finden.

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