Exclusive: Economic Pressures Reduce Growth To 3.6% In 2003 College Market; Pearson Continues Reign On Top

May 2004
Educational Marketer;5/3/2004, Vol. 35 Issue 13, p1
Trade Publication
Delves into the U.S. college publishing industry. Discussion of the reason why the year 2003 was tough for the industry; Projection of the growth of the industry for the year 2004; Identification of companies that have generated sales growth.


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