Economic Crisis Calls for Changes in the Textbook Industry

by Rob Reynolds The current economic crisis is proving to be a game-changer in many industries. Car makers are re-evaluating their new car models and their expectations for sales. Financial institutions, beyond hoping for mere survival, are being forced to change their assumptions about profitability and regulation. Around the world people are evaluating the old way of doing things in business and trying to find the right paths for thriving in a world with new and different rules. Textbook publishing, particularly in Higher Education, is certainly not immune from the changes heralded by changes in the global economy. By way […]
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