Assessment of income effect on Qatari and Sudanese consumers’ ethical evaluation of counterfeit drugs buying behaviour: A comparative study
- At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
- Type: Poster
- By: MOHAMED IBRAHIM, Mohamed Izham (College of Pharmacy, Qatar University, Clinical Pharmacy & Practice, Doha, Qatar)
- Co-author(s): Mohamed Izham Mohamed Ibrahim:|Abubakr Abdelraouf Alfadl:National Drug Quality Control Laboratory,Federal Ministry of Health,Khartoum,Sudan|Fatima Abdulla Maraghi:Clinical Pharmacy & Practice,College of Pharmacy, Qatar University,Doha,Qatar|Khadijah Shhab Mohammad:Clinical Pharmacy & Practice,College of Pharmacy, Qatar University,Doha,Qatar
Despite counterfeiting has existed long time ago, knowledge about consumer behaviour toward counterfeit products and the influencing factors that motivate willingness to purchase counterfeits is still very limited.
To impirically test the research assumption, a comparison was made between people who live in the low-income country Sudan and people.. The access to the whole abstract and the presentation file is available to FIP members and to congress participants of that specific congress.