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The World in 2019 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2019 will build on three decades of publishing success: this will be the 33rd edition. It will look ahead to the Trump administration’s prospects with a new Congress, the reality of Brexit, elections in India, Indonesia, Nigeria and across Europe, tech disruptions from AI and China (could 2019 mark “peak Sillicon Valley”?), …
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The World in 2018 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2018 will build on three decades of publishing success: this will be the 32nd edition.The World in 2018 will be specific, numerate and opinionated: full of predictions, and a good read. The Economist’s writers will be joined by distinguished editors and columnists from other publications: leaders from business, politics, science and the arts will …
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Global Liveability Ranking 2016

The latest findings of The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Ranking – which provides scores for lifestyle challenges in 140 cities worldwide – show that although Melbourne has retained its crown as the world’s most liveable city (for the sixth year in a row), liveability has deteriorated in 29 of the 140 cities (20 per …
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The World in 2016 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2016, The Economist‘s annual collection of predictions, identifies and explores the issues that will shape the year ahead. Prominent figures from politics, business, science and the arts join journalists from The Economist and other leading publications in offering forecasts for 2016. With a 30th-edition special section and contributions from Christine Lagarde, …
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Global Liveability Ranking 2015

For the fifth year in a row, Melbourne in Australia claimed the top spot as the world’s most liveable city, followed swiftly by Vienna, Vancouver and Toronto. The Global Liveability Ranking 2015 looks at the “liveability” of 140 cities across the globe. It’s compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit, which gives cities a rank out of 100 …
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The World in 2015 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2015 is The Economist’s annual forecast of the events and trends that will shape the year ahead. Contributors include journalists from The Economist and luminaries from the world of politics, business, art and technology, including Hillary Clinton and Matteo Renzi. You can find this title at IESE’s Library catalog.

The World in 2014 by The Economist

Overview: The World in 2014, the latest in The Economist‘s annual collection of predictions, identifies and explores the issues that will shape the year ahead. Journalists from The Economist join luminaries from the worlds of politics, business, science and the arts in offering forecasts for 2014. The coming year will be one of sporting shows, …
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2012 Full-time MBA rankings

IESE is the leading business school in Europe and the ninth best in the world, according the latest ranking of MBA programs published in the British magazine The Economist. First place on the list is occupied by Chicago Booth, which is followed by three other top U.S. institutions: Darden, Tuck and Harvard.  According to The Economist, IESE’s …
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New product: The Economist Online

The IESE Library has purchased an institutional subscription to The Economist Online (Economist.com). The new arrangement allows unrestricted access to the publication’s weekly articles. The Economist online offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science and technology. It includes all published articles from The Economist print edition (including those printed only …
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IESE MBA Among World’s Top 5

IESE’s MBA program is the 5th best MBA in the world and the best in Europe, according to The Economist’s latest rankings. The Top 5 was otherwise dominated by U.S. institutions, with the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business claiming the  top spot, followed by Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Haas School of …
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