Top 10 Academic Bestsellers: Blackwell, Manchester

March 6, 2008

1. Advanced Macroeconomics by David Romer

McGraw-Hill, £43.99. ISBN 9780072877304

2. Q&A European Union Law 2007/08 by Mike Cuthbert

Taylor & Francis, £13.99. ISBN 9781859419656

3. International Organizational Behavior by Ann Marie Francesco and Barry A. Gold

Pearson Education, £46.99. ISBN 9780131008793

4. Mind over Mood by Christine Padesky and Dennis Greenberger

Guilford Publications, £16.95. ISBN 9780898621280

5. Financial and Management Accounting by Pauline Weetman

Pearson Education, £41.99. ISBN 97803703693

6. Organization Theory and Design: Understanding the Theory and Design of Organizations by Richard L. Daft

Thomson Learning, £42.99. ISBN 97803244219

7. Macroeconomics by N. Gregory Mankiw

Worth Publishers, £45.99. ISBN 9780716767114

8. The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations by John Baylis and Steve Smith, edited by Patricia Owens

Oxford University Press, £28.99. ISBN 97801991184

9. Industrial Organization: Competition, Strategy, Policy by John Lipczynski, John Wilson and John Goddard

Pearson Education, £42.99. ISBN 97803688020

10. Understanding Immunology by Peter Wood

Pearson Education, £35.99. ISBN 9780131968455

Blackwell, The Precinct Centre, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9RN.

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