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The Educational Products’ Market: The Case Of Distance Learning


  • Bojidar Bojinov


Distance learning is one of the most perspective and attractive educational products during the last decade. It low price, high quality and lack of necessary for absence from workplace (or living place) makes it very attractive for managers, who want to raise their education and qualification as well as illiterate people, who cannot access to traditional education. Although the distance learning is the hit on the market, its roots may be found last in the past. Distance learning, as show its name, supposes some geographical distance between the teacher and the student, as educational process is intermediated by using of some kind of medium (like print, audio, video, digital and etc.). Its evolution is strongly connected with the evolution of the media

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  • Bojidar Bojinov, 2003. "The Educational Products’ Market: The Case Of Distance Learning," General Economics and Teaching 0310001, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpgt:0310001
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