Labor Policy

Students of Labor Policy studies need not worry about paying for over-priced textbooks anymore – renting textbooks is an option! Labor Policy textbooks – for example Comparing Policy Networks: Labor Politics in the U.S., Germany, and Japan (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics) by [David Knoke, Franz Urban Pappi, Jeffrey Broadbent, Yutaka Tsujinaka, Franz Pappi], and Indigenous Manpower in the Private Sector of the Arabian Peninsula by [Samir S. Ghazal] – are often some of the most frequently updated books by Publishing companies. The field of Labor Policy is constantly changing, and new editions can come yearly and at a huge cost to students who continually buy new books. So why buy when you can rent cheap textbooks? There are plenty of Labor Policy books to rent – BookRenter has of them all!

Used book sales can be a cheap option as well, but often can be more expensive than textbook rentals. However, there are very few return policies with used books, and especially when taking Labor Policy classes, buying a used book can be dangerous and costly.