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Established in 2008 with input from faculty and academic librarians and now used by hundreds of thousands of students, Business Expert Press publishes concise, practical treatments of the topics taught in MBA programs. Our born-digital books are written by professors who translate real-life business experiences into teaching tools, and serve as curriculum-oriented, cost-effective alternatives to high-priced textbooks. Unencumbered by DRM, they can be used easily and without limitation by the academic community.
BEP 2015 Digital Library: 100 new ebooks!
BEP 2014 Digital Library: 100 titles, expanding BEP’s coverage of economics and finance, plus new industry profiles
BEP Digital Archive: 235 ebooks, including work from academic thought leaders such as Robert Baron, Mason Carpenter, Tamer Cavusgil, Michael Czinkota, Kees de Kluyver, Debie DuFrene, Bill Killingsworth, Carol Lehman, Vijay Sathe, Mary Gentile, Robert Sroufe, Steve Melnyk, and Don Stacks
- Unlimited simultaneous use
- Download PDFs to personal devices
- Upload PDFs to learning management systems
- Automatic citations, with copy/paste functions
- Free MARC records, including OCLC numbers
- DOIs, abstracts, and keywords for every book
- Governed by SERU -- no license required
- Archived on CLOCKSS
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Introducing BEPreview: An evidence-based, data-driven acquisition model
BEPreview s a statistics-driven book selection option, enabling you to purchase our perpetual-access, DRM-free content in a manner that that best suits your users — and budget. You get access to BEP content for a year, then choose the books you wish to retain for perpetual access — a PDA-like model, without long-term commitments. Flexible price points give you more control over the allocation of funds.
For $2,500 (minimum), you’ll have unfettered access to BEP’s 2014 Digital Library (100 books) for one year. Towards the end of the 12-month term, choose (at least) 30 books you wish to retain for perpetual access; additional copies cost $85 / book. If you pay $4,000 or more, you keep (at least) 55 books; additional books cost $75 each.
(For example, if you pay $3,000, you’ll keep 36 books; if you pay $4,500, you’ll keep 60.)
Of course, you can purchase any of our packages outright — see below for details on regular and Autumn 2014 pricing.
And in all cases, we offer unlimited concurrent use and unrestricted PDF downloading / uploading. No license is necessary (we operate under SERU), and no subscriptions or ongoing payments are required.
Want more information, or a quote? Contact our Sales Team or adam [dot] chesler [at] businessexpertpress [dot] com (subject: BEPreview) (Adam Chesler): we’ll be happy to provide more details and help you set up access to BEP’s curriculum-based ebooks.
Fall 2014 PRICING
2015 Digital Library (100 books)
List Price: $6,500
Through 12/31/14: $5,850
2014 Digital Library (100 books)
List Price: $6,500
Through 12/31/14: $5,850
BEPreview Price: $2,500 - $3,999 (keep 30 books); $4,000 or more (keep 55 or more books)
Through 12/31/14: add PERPETUAL ACCESS to the BEP Digital Archive for $1,000
Digital Archive (2010 - 2013 Digital Libraries, 235 books)
List Price: $4,995
Through 12/31/14: $4,495
Buy the 2014 Digital Library OR 2015 Digital Library, add the Digital Archive for a reduced price
Regular add-on price: $1,000 (package price: $7,500)
Through 12/31/14: $500 (package price: $6,350)
Buy the 2014 Digital Library AND the 2015 Digital Library, add the Digital Archive for a reduced price
Regular add-on price: $500 (package price: $13,500)
Through 12/31/14: NO EXTRA CHARGE (package price: $11,700)
|Check out Director of Library Relations Adam Chesler's interview with Sue Polanka on her No Shelf Required blog!
BEP's ebooks are now in use at UCLA, UNC/Chapel Hill, Purdue University, the University of Alberta, Indiana University, Duke University, the University of Nebraska, the University of Alabama, USC, Northeastern University, Portland State University, Penn State, Sacred Heart University, Rutgers University, and dozens of other top business schools!
“What I have long felt we lacked, and what BEP provides, are short, applied books by academic thought leaders, aimed specifically at advanced business students, which support their coursework and professional exploration.”
—Michael Oppenheim, UCLA
Transforming U.S. Army Supply Chains: Strategies for Management Innovation (by Greg H. Parlier)
“The concepts of this book have great potential to make enormous worldwide contributions to broad governmental and corporate realms. This is a powerful set of ideas that the corporate world will and must apply to fuel a worldwide revolution of innovation and transformation.”
“The UNC library has purchased the Business Expert Press eBook collection from the beginning because...the titles...represent good value for a good price.”
—Luke Swindler, UNC/Chapel Hill
An Overview of the Public Relations Function (by Shannon A. Bowen, Brad Rawlins, and Thomas Martin)
“...impressive...lives up to aspirations of blending theory with practice by providing...essential, reader-friendly diagrams, avoiding jargon, and using inviting, available prose on the one hand, whereas being research driven, philosophically based, and thus penetrating...lessons of equal importance to students with a PR career orientation and to those professionals already learning the ropes from within.”
—Journal of Communication
“Business Expert Press’s e-books give [business] students content that they need, when they need it, without any restrictions to limit their use.”
—Beth Bernhardt, UNC/Greensboro
Business Planning and Entrepreneurship: An Accounting Approach (by Michael Kraten)
“...practical guide to the functional elements that constitute a business plan and explains how these elements fit together...views the business plan components through the lens of "management accounting" and addresses six topical elements: the business model, volume estimation, cost estimation, revenue estimation, investment value, and risk management...antidote to the abundant business plan templates readily available on the Web, which are often fill-in-the-blanks exercises that discourage the comprehensive thought and analysis required to produce a solid business plan. Highly recommended.”
“...really like the fact that there are very few restrictions on your product such as unlimited simultaneous use, no DRM, downloadable PDFs, availability of MARC records and no yearly fees.”
—Denise Gehring, Azusa Pacific University