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Temporary price drop on Jay's book


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February 27th, 2010
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Working Smarter, the 2010 Edition, regularly sells for $19.98 (hardcopy) and $12.00 (download). This week the hardcopy version is marked down to $16, the download to $10.

Here’s an excerpt.

I’m investigating the price-sensitivity of demand. The price will probably go up again next week.

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  • Tony Ratcliffe - February 28, 2010 at 5:53 am -

    I’ve just purchased and received a download copy. I’m not sure that it was the price that did it, but it is nice to receive the discount :-) This is the first I’ve actually seen an advert for the book. It appears to fit into my planned research area, and I look forward to reading it.

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