Top 10 academic bestsellers: Blackwell, Southampton

April 16, 2009

1. Carriage of Goods by Sea, Sixth Edition by John F. Wilson Pearson Education, £46.99 ISBN 9781405846691

2. Research Methods in Lifespan Development by Gary Creasey Pearson Education, £34.99 ISBN 9780205354818

3. Management and Organisational Behaviour, Eighth Edition by Laurie J. Mullins Pearson Education, £46.99 ISBN 9781405854764

4. Management: An Introduction, Fourth Edition by David Boddy Pearson Education, £45.99 ISBN 9781405887342

5. Schmitthoff's Export Trade: The Law and Practice of International Trade by Carole Murray, Giles Dixon, Daren Timson-Hunt, David Holloway and Brian Kennelly Sweet & Maxwell, £45.00 ISBN 9780421892804

6. Taxation: Finance Act 2008, Fourteenth Edition by Alan Melville Pearson Education, £42.99 ISBN 9781405873901

7. Business Information Management: Improving Performance using Information Systems by Dave Chaffey and Steve Wood Pearson Education, £43.99 ISBN 9781405823739

8. People Resourcing: Contemporary HRM in Practice, Third Edition by Stephen Pilbeam and Marjorie Corbridge Pearson Education, £40.99 ISBN 97803703792

9. Essential Business Statistics by Angela McGrane and Joanne Smailes Pearson Education, £40.99 ISBN 97803643333

10. Management and Organisation: A Critical Text, Second Edition by Stephen Linstead, Liz Fulop and Simon Lilley Palgrave Macmillan, £39.99 ISBN 9780230522213

Blackwell Academic Bookshop, Southampton Solent University, Sir James Matthews Building, 157-187 Above Bar Street, Southampton SO14 7JT;

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