Answered By: Christopher Lemery Last Updated: Oct 04, 2016 Views: 4440
The Economist doesn't provide authors for their articles as a matter of policy. Therefore, you need to see what the citation style guide you're using has to say about citing works when no author is given. For in-text citations, a good rule of thumb is to use the article title instead of an author when citing the work. For further assistance with creating and formatting citations, please see our Citation Help Guide.
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