Stay up to date on the latest news about Covid-19 and the world economy
SSE students and staff have free access to Financial Times, The Economist and many more magazines and newspapers
SSE subscribes to a lot of magazines and newspapers with emphasis on business and economics. SSE students and staff have access to most of them through our library catalogue MerQuery. Many of these magazines and newspapers are great sources for staying updated on Covid-19 and how it is affecting the world economy.
All SSE students and staff have full and unlimited access to ft.com.
The subscription is not set up with IP access, which means you’ll have to sign in to get access to ft.com. You will need your hhs email address to do this. Phd students must use their phdstudent.hhs.se address for access.
The first time you log in, you will be prompted to create an account and a password. You don’t need to remember this password – all access will be via SSE credentials.
Follow these steps for access
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You will access other magazines and newspapers SSE subscribes to through the library catalogue MerQuery. Just follow the instructions on how to access resources off campus. It is not possible to access those resources directly on the newspapers’ websites, you have to go through MerQuery.
Weekly newspaper with access through MerQuery. Use your SSE credentials when signing in.
Factiva.com is a joint venture between Reuters and Dow Jones. It covers newspapers and magazines such as Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, New York Times, South China Morning Post, Business Week, Fortune, Forbes, Economist, and many more. Access through MerQuery.
Retriever Research is a digital news archive containing Swedish newspapers and magazines in full text. In this database you will find most Swedish newspapers. Access through MerQuery.