Switzerland's oldest monthly magazine, first published in 1921, is renown for its many international authors writing about topical issues in politics, economics and culture. Throughout its long contribution to liberal debate, the magazine has also featured LSE professors, Friedrich August von Hayek and Sir Karl Popper among them. The publisher is delighted to introduce the magazine to Members of the Association with a 20 percent discounted subscription for the first year.
The Association has become a corporate subscriber of the New York Times. As a result, LSE alumnae and alumni in Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein can get the New York Times for a nominal cover charge of CHF 78 (SLSEAA members) respectively CHF 102 per year (non-members). A regular subscription costs CHF 430.
The "Handelszeitung" is the nation's leading business newspaper, since 1861. Members of the Association are offered a 20 percent discount on new and renewed subscriptions to the "Handelszeitung". Alongside in-depth company profiles, current economic and business issues are presented weekly to a German-speaking readership.
BILANZ is the leading Swiss business magazine covering all facets of economic life: research on the corporate world, analyses on the economy, investment topics and advice on how to spend money tastefully. Members of the Association are offered a 20 percent discount on new and renewed subscriptions of BILANZ.
Global Policy is an innovative and interdisciplinary journal bringing together world class academics and leading practitioners to analyse both public and private solutions to global problems and issues. It focuses on understanding globally relevant risks and collective action problems; policy challenges that have global impact; and competing and converging discourses about global risks and policy responses. It also includes case studies of policy with clear lessons for other countries and regions; how policy responses, politics and institutions interrelate at the global level; and the conceptual, theoretical and methodological innovations needed to explain and develop policy in these areas.
Can the English gentleman and gentlewoman afford to sustain a heroic resistence to all what is "Made in China"? He and she can with, at the very least, bespoke tailoring in the English tradition. As a practical alternative to visiting a Savile Row tailor in London, you can commission bespoke shirts from the Fine Cotton Company under special member pricing in Switzerland.