Best-Selling Textbooks For MBA Students

THE BEST SELLING TEXTBOOKS FOR MBA STUDENTS

Top Selling MBA TextbooksAuthor2010 Sales(News & Used)Unit Sales

(New & Used)

1. Financial Management: Theory & Practice (12th Edition)Eugene Brigham & Michael Ehrhardt$984,4535,469
2. Investments (8th Edition)Zvi Bodie & Alex Kane$900,7504,774
3. Financial Management: Theory & Practice (13th Edition)Eugene Brigham & Michael Ehrhardt$627,7232,947
4. Financial Accounting for MBAs (4th Edition)Peter Easton, John Wild, Robert Halsey & Mary Lea McAnally$551,2803,283
5. Principles of Corporate Finance (10th Edition)Richard Brealey, Stewart Myers & Franklin Allen$303,8631,418
6. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management (9th Edition)Frank K. Reilly & Keith C. Brown$295,6801,439
7. Principles of Corporate Finance (9th Edition)Richard Brealey, Stewart Myers & Franklin Allen$258,0361,503
8. Corporate Finance (8th Edition)Stephen Ross, Randolph Westerfield & Jeffrey Jaffee$216,8101,408
9. Corporate Finance: Core Principles & Applications (2nd Edition)Stephen Ross, Randolph Westerfield, Jeffrey Jaffee & Bradford Jordan$201,5471,296
10. Statistics Data Analysis & Decision Modeling (4th Edition)James R. Evans$139,114958

Source: Bowker. Total sales for fiscal 2010 ending June 2, 2011. Sales are vvastly understated because the data is only from 70% of bookstores that sell textbooks. Not included are sales direct from publisher to for-profit institutions, online sales from Amazon, digital sales, or custom or course pack sales of chapters. Total sales of these books can be three to four times the Bowker numbers.