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In January 1966, Robert Worth and colleagues from W.A. Benjamin, Inc. founded Worth Publishers, a new company with a unique philosophy—publish small number of strong titles at the introductory and intermediate level across a wide range of disciplines.  Now Worth focuses exclusively on the social sciences, with a list that includes David Myers’s Psychology and its brief, modular, and Canadian versions (far and away the bestselling franchise in introductory psychology); Paul Krugman’s Economics (the most successful new introductory economics textbook of our time) and Gregory Mankiw’s classroom favorite, Macroeconomics.  Worth’s media development to support teaching and learning in the courses for which they publish has earned worldwide acclaim.

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