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FLATWORLD UNLIMITED ACCESS TO MORE THAN 100 TITLES,
FOR A FLAT FEE.

FlatWorld Unlimited is an institutional solution that easily achieves the goals of openly licensed materials

Avoid the complexity of managing content. Our rapidly expanding catalog features up-to-date, peer-reviewed titles written by distinguished faculty.

65% of students say that they have decided against buying a textbook because it was too expensive.

94% of those students who forego purchasing the textbook admitted they are concerned for their grade.

FOR YOUR FACULTY

Seamlessly integrate the text with your LMS or customize the content as you see fit.

FlatWorld titles come equipped with:

  • Test Banks
  • PowerPoint Slides
  • Instructor Manuals
  • Homework - Launching Soon

FOR YOUR STUDENTS

Allow your students to choose their preferred format.

  • Online Access - FREE
  • eTextbook Download - FREE
  • Full-Color Print - $10 to $25

MEET SOME OF OUR TOP AUTHORS

JOHN B. TAYLOR

Taylor is the Raymond Professor of Economics at Stanford University. His distinctive instructional methods have made him a legend among introductory economics students and have won him both the Hoagland and Rhodes prizes for teaching excellence. He has also served as an economic adviser to the governor of California, the U.S. Congressional Budget Office, and the President of the United States.

JOHN GALLAUGHER

Gallaugher of Boston College has been named one of Entrepreneur Magazine’s “Gurus to Grads.” His popular and award-winning textbook offers a proven approach that has garnered student praise and increased information systems enrollment. Each year, Gallaugher meets with scores of tech industry executives from Silicon Valley to sub-Saharan Africa.

TALYA BAUER

Bauer is the Cameron Professor of Management at Portland State University. She is an award-winning teacher, scholar, and the incoming President-Elect of SIOP.

We can’t promise you a magic bullet, but we can promise you that every student will have access to the textbook on the first day of class.

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