Passau researchers examine value of OneDollarGlasses in Burkina Faso
OneDollarGlasses offers a solution to millions of people in developing countries in need of a pair of glasses: The glasses only cost a few dollars; still, sales are sagging. A team of researchers from Passau analyse the reasons in Burkina Faso.
|Principal Investigator(s) at the University||Prof. Dr. Michael Grimm (Lehrstuhl für Development Economics)
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