Determinants of Mobile Penetration to Forecast New Broadband Adoption: OECD Case

Lutfu SAGBANSUA, Osman ŞAHİN, Muhterem ÇÖL
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This paper aims to analyze relationship between Mobile penetration and various indicators of communication infrastructure throughout OECD countries. Panel data is utilized for the purpose of this study. In order to control network effects as well as the endogeneity of variables, the Arellano–Bond dynamic panel estimation is adopted. In particular, this paper attempts to identify what are the factors to promote the 3G mobile phone by using dynamic panel data analysis. In constructing an estimation model, Cellular mobile penetration is taken as a dependent variable, while various technical and economic variables are selected as independent variables. The obtained results can be used to forecast adoption of New Broadband Penetration technology. 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17093/aj.2015.3.2.5000140094

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