Are you looking for advice on the best economics magazines to read?

In this guide we will suggest you the inexpensive newspapers for your training, from Millionaire magazine to online resources.

If you are a student of economics and finance at the University of Niccolò Cusano , you absolutely need to keep up-to-date on industry news by reading books, newspapers and economics magazines.

If you do not know which ones to choose and you need some advice, keep reading: here are the international business magazines and not to be read at all.

Magazines and newspapers of unmissable economy and finance

From economic magazines English to Italian, we see what resources to read to update you on the subject.

Italian economics magazines

We start our list of economics magazines with the most important Italian editions dealing with issues such as finance and innovation.

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Altreconomia is one of the most famous financial magazines on sale in Italy. Founded in 1999, Altreconomia deals with issues such as:

  • Fair trade;
  • Ethical finance;
  • International cooperation;
  • Environment.

Currently the magazine is available both in paper and digital format.


Ticonzero is an Italian magazine of economics and management founded in 1998.

Thanks to some illustrious pens, the magazine has achieved excellent results in our country and is one of the most read and appreciated sector magazines.


Among the best Italian economics magazines we could not miss Espansione, a monthly magazine founded in 1969 for the corporate management class.

The magazine is attached to the newspaper Il Giornale on the first Friday of the month and on sale free for the rest of the month.

Large consumption

We continue our list of economics magazines on newsstands with another piece of history: Largo Consumo.

The magazine looks at the consumer goods market, with a focus on product integration and multi-channel marketing.
It is divided into sections that follow the phases of the supply chain: Trends & Scenarios, Production, Distribution, Catering, Consumers, Communication, Packaging, Logistics, Human Resources, Finance, Environment, Energy.

Periodically Largo Consumo releases particularly interesting attachments , such as:

  • Market & Enterprises , opinions and perspectives from the consumer goods industry;
  • Planet Distribution , annual report on the great international detail;
  • Italian market, financial market analysis on the state of the national industry.


Millionaire is one of the most popular Italian magazines among young entrepreneurs . Founded in 1990, since 1999 it has also added a website to paper production, which recalls the issues tackled by the magazine.

At the heart of Millionaire, ideas and resources to start up business.

International economic magazines

Now let’s move on to international business magazines, from English to US magazines. Thanks to these magazines, you can have a broad spectrum image on society, finance and the economy. Let’s see together what they are and what they deal with specifically.

Bloomberg Businessweek

We open our list of business magazines with Bloomberg Businessweek, the US weekly founded in 1929.

In the magazine you can find important insights into the market, innovation, products and politics. Really not to be missed.


Speaking of economics and statistics, we can not fail to mention Econometrica, the scientific journal that deals with articles of econometrics, but also of economics.

The magazine was published for the first time in 1933 and, to date, is one of the reference points for all specialists in the sector.


Among the US economy magazines, Forbes is a true institution. Founded in 1917 and owned by the Forbes family, the bi-weekly is famous for its rankings, as the list of the richest men in the world .

The Economist

Among the British economic magazines stands The Economist, a weekly magazine with information articles from all over the world.

The press comes out at newsstands every Thursday and is available abroad on Fridays.

The Economist themes of greatest interest concern news, politics and international affairs, even if it contains periodical headings dedicated to science and technology.

Every two weeks a supplementary report is published on particular problems of the economy, the sector economy, or geographical areas.