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Anyone bought one before? Taking a Finance class this summer. Most used US editions are $140, but I found an International Edition for $56. From what I read online, it's generally just a matter of hard cover versus soft cover, color versus black and white, and cosmetic things like that.
Be careful with accounting/finance classes and international books. I've heard the same as you've posted but I would make sure they are exactly the same with the content first.
I've heard the problems at the end of the chapter are in a different orders sometimes, which can throw you off if you the teacher just assigns problem numbers.
Personally, I rather buy the normal hardcover edition. With a little persistence, you can make money on your textbooks by buying them used and selling them back for more than you bought them for. I came out +50 this semester.
They are the same...there was one case study missing out of one of the books i bought, but I just googled it and found it online... That was the only thing i have ever ran into and i have been using them for years
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I've gotten pretty lucky with intl editions in economics and technology.
Just make sure it's not written in hieroglyphics.
The content is the same. The only thing that's usually different are the order of the end of chapter problems. Just compare with a classmate to make sure you're completing the correct problems and save yourself the $100.
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