We break down the inclinations of understudies of Economics and Business Administration with respect to the qualities of a postgraduate program, and gauge their eagerness to pay for everyone. We complete a discrete decision try including understudies of Economics and Business Administration at five colleges in Spain, Colombia, and Ecuador. The technique applied is an idle class model, and the principle ends show that for Spanish understudies the main attribute of a postgraduate program is the chance of a temporary position, while for Colombian and Ecuadorean understudies it is the standing of the college. Another outcome shows that Colombian and Ecuadorean understudies join a lot higher significance to the chance to concentrate abroad than do Spanish understudies.
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