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Mon, 13 Mar 2017

STIR Magazine launches digital edition with complete archive.

LONDON 13th March 2017

STIR, the quarterly magazine on new economics and community action has today launched a brand new digital edition together with complete archive.

STIR was first published in 2013 and explores new economic and political theory, exploring community-ownership, co-operatives and alternatives to the current political-economic status quo. Published by the community organisation group, Stir to Action, STIR will reach an even broader audience of people around the world with its new digital platform.

Partnering with digital experts Exact Editions, STIR has introduced an online subscription package for individuals and institutions alike. Digital subscribers will be able to access the complete archive of back issues from the first issue in 2013, as well as each new issue of the magazine, on a range of digital platforms including web, iOS and Android apps.

Subscribers, whether an individual or an academic institution, will be able to instantly search a wealth of material with Exact Editions advanced search engine. Global academic and research institutions will be particularly keen to note that full IP authenticated access is available for the complete archive so that each article of every issue can be browsed with unlimited usage.

See STIR Magazine in the Exact Editions institutional and individual shops:

Institutional Shop

Individual Shop

Jonny Gordon-Farleigh, Director at Stir to Action, said about their digital launch:

“At STIR we are excited to be launching our digital edition with full archive. The digital access will prove to be an invaluable resource to our subscribers, and will help us reach a new audience of institutions and enthusiasts around the world."

Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions said:

“Exact Editions are delighted to be working with STIR to ensure that they reach a wide and expanding audience with their new digital edition. The magazine archive is a fascinating resource which our individual and institutional subscribers will delight in exploring."


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