Download The Economist November 5th, 2011 volume 401 PDF

TitleThe Economist November 5th, 2011 volume 401
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TagsThe Economist
LanguageEnglish
File Size6.4 MB
Total Pages273
Table of Contents
                            The world this week
	Politics this week
	Business this week
	KAL's cartoon
Leaders
	The presidential race one year out: America’s missing middle
	A euro referendum: Greece’s woes
	Japan’s nuclear conundrum: The $64 billion question
	Brazil’s economy: The devil in the deep-sea oil
	Turkish foreign policy: Ottoman dreamer
Letters
	Letters: On Occupy Wall Street, solar power, climate change, the Netherlands, aluminium, monarchy, personhood
Briefing
	The Republicans: A dangerous game
	Brazil’s oil boom: Filling up the future
United States
	Housing and the economy: Rising from the ruins
	Drugs shortages: Can’t wait? Must wait
	Murder in New Orleans: Telly Hankton’s town
	Artists in America: Painting by numbers
	Conservatives in the West: Bully meets Nice Guy
	Lexington: Sex and pizzas
The Americas
	Nicaragua’s presidential election: The survivor
	Brazil’s former president: A new battle for Lula
	Currency controls in Argentina: Unfree exchange
Asia
	Cleaning up Japan’s nuclear mess: The twilight zone
	Thailand’s floods: Rising damp
	Activism in China: Blind man’s bluff
	Nepal: Peace, in your own time
	Indian rural welfare: Digging holes
	Banyan: Echoes of dreamland
Middle East and Africa
	The rise of Qatar: Pygmy with the punch of a giant
	Iran’s politics: President v supreme leader
	Satire in Iran: Mocking the mullahs
	Israel and Palestine: One side gets even lonelier
	Palestine’s Bedouin: We want recognition too
	Human rights in Libya: Bad habits
	Transport in South Africa: By the seat of your cheap pants
Europe
	Greece and the euro: Papandreou’s people
	Wages in Germany: Merkel and the minimum
	A numerical French obsession: Twenty times twenty
	Spain’s election: Rajoy the reformer
	Russia and world trade: In at last?
	Turkish foreign policy: Dormant power revival
	Turkey in the Balkans: The good old days?
	Charlemagne: A Greek bearing gifts
Britain
	The reality-television business: Entertainers to the world
	Corruption in cricket: Overstepping the mark
	The St Paul’s protests: Bells and yells
	Child-care costs: Precious little burdens
	The economy and the euro: In bad company
	Cutting legal aid: Justice for some
	London’s sewers: A busted flush
	Bagehot: Britain runs out of Euro-allies
International
	Wikipedia’s fund-raising: Free but not easy
	Pilgrimages: Hot steps
	WikiLeaks: Out of time and money
	Bribery: Supply side
Business
	Indian technology firms: Seeking to avoid a mid-life crisis
	TCS in America: From Mumbai to the Midwest
	Qantas: Scorched earth on the runway
	Fiat and Italy: Arrivederci, Italia?
	Personalised news: Your digital paper, sir
	Retailing: Spies in your wallet
	Loyalty cards and insurance: Every little helps
	Schumpeter: Land of the wasted talent
	Schumpeter: Award: Tom Easton
Finance and economics
	Financial markets: Greece lightning
	Buttonwood: Two tiers, too complex
	MF Global’s bankruptcy: Broke broker
	Swiss banks: The Swiss diet
	China’s financial regulators: All change
	Climate finance: He who pays the paupers…
	Economics focus: Pulling for the home team
	Economics focus: Correction: Europe's bail-out plan
Science and technology
	Ageing: Forever young?
	Science in South Africa: All squared
	Science in Argentina: Cristina the alchemist
	Viking navigation: Sunstruck
Books and arts
	Fundamental physics: Big bang
	Vincent van Gogh: Paint a palette blue and grey
	Historical salvage: Ghost stories
	Joan Didion memoir: Kind of blue
	Nikolaus Pevsner: Set in stone
	Deceit and self-deception: Suspicious minds
Obituary
	Dennis Ritchie and John McCarthy
Economic and financial indicators
	Output, prices and jobs
	Trade, exchange rates, budget balances and interest rates
	The Economist commodity-price index
	Markets
	The Economist poll of forecasters, November averages
                        

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