Top 10 academic bestsellers

Blackwell University Bookshop, The Precinct Centre, Oxford Road, Manchester

January 10, 2008

1. Organization Theory and Design by Richard L.Daft, South-Western, £42.99. ISBN 97803244219

2. Strategic Human Resource Management: A Guide to Action by Michael Armstrong, Kogan Page, £25.00. ISBN 97807494455119

3. An Introduction to Organizational Behaviour by Helga Drummond, Oxford University Press, £35.99 ISBN 9780198782179

4. Principles of Corporate Finance by Richard A. Brealey, Stowart C. Myers and Franklin Allen. McGraw-Hill, £48.98 ISBN 9780071117997

5. International Organizational Behaviour by Ann Marie Francesco and Barry A. Gold. Prentice Hall, £46.99 ISBN 9780131008793

6. Short Stories in Spanish: Cuentos en Espanol by John R. King. Penguin, £8.99 ISBN 9780140265415

7. Mind over Mood by Christine A. Padesky and Dennis Greenberger. Guilford Publications, £16.95 ISBN 9780898621280

8. Fundamentals of Management by Mike Smith. McGraw-Hill, £24.99 ISBN 9780077115159

9. Understanding Immunology by Peter Wood. Prentice Hall, £35.99 ISBN 9780131968455

10. Physical Pharmacy by Alexander T. Florence and David Attwood. Pharmaceutical Press, £16.95 ISBN 9780853697256

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