Where and how to find The Economist
The Economist is an influential British magazine that is published weekly. The magazine offers leading insight and advice on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the links between them.
Despite its name, The Economist is not an economics magazine but a general magazine about news and current affairs. It covers the world news of the week (it calls itself a "weekly newspaper").
Almost all articles are anonymous; after all, each article is supposed to reflect the opinion of The Economist and not that of an author.
All editions of The Economist are available in our digital? In the manual “Where do you find The Economist” we explain step by step how to find the magazine.
The library is open 7 days a week and is fully operational again!
The libraries at all locations of The Hague University of Applied Sciences are open again after the corona and summer recess and our services are running at full speed.
At the main building we are open according to the regular opening hours. That means 7 days a week, also in the weekend until 10.30 pm. However, the student must reserve an individual workplace in the library in advance, because the number of workplaces is limited due to the corona measures. You can reserve a spot via this site.
Of course, books can also be borrowed and handed in again. Here too, the "normal" rules apply, regarding loan period, renewal, reservation and fines.
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Boomportaal : New database with many e-books
Boomportaal is a digital library of the publishers Boom Amsterdam and Boom The Hague with more than 2,400 e-books on almost all subject areas, plus 54 e-journals in the fields of law, administration and policy, society, healthcare, HRM, communication and languages.
Do you want to know which titles are offered? Click here for the Boomportaal e-books and refine by author or keyword for a specific title or topic.