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Economics: Online news sources and archives


You will find is a selection of news and analysis sources on this page.

To see a comprehensive list of materials available to the Bodleian readers go to


Terms you may encounter in your research

A collection of documents and records that contain historical information, or a place where these documents and records are kept.

Digital archive
It is similar in purpose to a physical archive, but the historical documents and objects that provide evidence of the past have been digitised (either by scanning or photography, or was created digitally in the first place) and made available online.

A document published regularly, consisting of news reports, articles, photographs, and advertisements traditionally printed on large sheets of paper folded together.

Online, or digital newspaper
An online version of a newspaper, either as a stand-alone publication (born digital), or as the online version of a printed periodical.

A periodical publication containing news or dealing with matters of current interest in any particular sphere. Can have physical and/or digital (electronic) format.

Online news sources

The tabs at the top of this section list a selection of newspapers, journals (magazines) and news portals of interest to those studying Economics.

Help with news sources

For those wishing to learn more about searching for news sources in Oxford, we recommend the following guide:

To search for individual titles go to:

Below are a few newspapers and journals (magazines) that the Bodleian libraries subscribe to:

Current news

Latest from the Economist, Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal

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