|Other titles||Style guide., Economist (London, England), Style guide.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 169 p. b ill. ;|
|Number of Pages||169|
The Economist has been publishing the "Style Guide" since It is renewed with new content and topics roughly every three / four years and it is now in its 12th edition. It is a smallish book - just below /5(42). The best-selling guide to English usage. This new, expanded ninth edition of the best-selling guide to style is based on The Economist's own house style manual, and is an invaluable companion for 4/5. SOME readers may be confused about the whereabouts of The Economist's style guide, which was online until several days have recently migrated to a new content-management system. This . Economist books are distributed by Public Affairs for delivery to US or Canada and by Profile for rest of the world. Please note some book covers may vary, alternative image shown on page. Featured .
The Economist’s internal style book (now an online guide, rather than a book) does this and a bit more. It also warns writers of some common mistakes and encourages them to write with clarity and simplicity. File Size: KB. Author: The Economist; Publisher: Hachette UK ISBN: Category: Language Arts & Disciplines Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This expanded twelfth edition of the . Ann Wroe is The Economist’s obituaries editor, and edits the paper’s style guide. The 12th edition of The Economist Style Guide can be bought as a paperback or e-book from The Economist . This maxim is quoted in The Economist’s own style book, which goes on about the punctuation mark for eight pages. People can get very excited over things like the presence or lack of a hyphen in.
Buy The Economist Style Guide: 12th Edition 12 by The Economist, Wroe, Ann (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(44). The Economist Style Guide gives general advice on writing, points out common errors and clichés, offers guidance on consistent use of punctuation, abbreviations and capital letters and contains an . The Economist Style Guide gives general advice on writing, points out common errors and clichés, offers guidance on consistent use of punctuation, abbreviations and capital letters and Brand: PublicAffairs. But The Economist Style Guide, designed, as the book says, to promote good writing, is so witty and rigorous as to be irresistible. The book consists of three parts. The first is the Economist's style book, /10().