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Annotating Sales to Price Panel: An Economic Theory of Volume to Value Relation with Technology Assisted Education in Afghanistan

Mohammad Naim Azimi ()

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Abstract: Computer Assisted Education skills have opened a new era in the system of education around the globe and one of the building blocks in its adaptation in Afghanistan is the economic aspect of its acquisition and utilization which has weakened the process. In this paper, we test the significance of value to volume of the laptops being sold to and utilized by the students and lecturers at school and university levels throughout the period 2002 to 2014 paneling in five laptop retailing companies in Afghanistan. Using Pooled OLS Regression and Fixed Effect Models to test the impact of the panel data, the result shows a significant impact of the sales value on the sale volume of the laptops during the stated period of time. It is also found that the drop in price had increased the sale volume in the stated entities, while cash discount did not reflect a significant value to affect the sales volume overtime.

Keywords: Technology Assisted Education; Constructivist; Fixed Effect Model; Random Effect Model; Academia; Afghanistan (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B4 B41 D4 D46 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015-03-07, Revised 2015-09-20
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Published in Journal of Economics and Business Research 2.1(2015): pp. 1-6

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