Answered By: Fiona Paterson Last Updated: 12 Dec 2019 Views: 14
When searching for articles on the Economist.com website you may see a message saying 'you have reached your article limit'.
There is an alternative way to search for articles from the Economist:
1. Go to the library homepage and select the Journals A-Z link:
2. Change the drop down box to ‘Title Equals’ and then search for ‘Economist’:
3. “The Economist (London)” is the top result. There’s a box under it that says ‘Search in journal with CityLibrary Search’. Put your keywords in there and select Search:
4. The results will be in CityLibrary Search. Select the title or ‘Full Text Online’ to read the articles in ProQuest, rather than the Economist.com website:
You can change your search by editing the search bar at the top of the screen – just keep ISSN:(0013-0613) as that makes it search only the Economist.