Greenwood Publishers/Quorum Books
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Quorum Books, a publisher of award-winning professional and scholarly books in business, business-related law, and applied economics, is proud to offer a 20% discount off our list price on a select list of Quorum and affiliated imprint titles. These books are designed for people who are skilled in their work, and who have urgent need for highly technical, timely information and specialized knowledge.
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