College publishers want a textbook distributor to stop the sale of counterfeit textbooks, which undercut their prices.
Topic: college textbooks
From Inside Higher Ed: With broad adoption of rented textbooks and the steady but incremental shift from print to digital, the price of instructional materials is inching down — far too slowly for those worried…
It costs $255 for a new copy, which is really expensive for college students. Photo by wstera2
Not believing in pushing expensive college textbooks to college students has a price, apparently.
His textbook, Public Finance and Public Policy, is considered one of the best textbooks on public finance and is widely used by college courses and professors to teach the subject.
Wait, what?! Yes, that’s what the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated.