An analysis on dynamics that lead to counterfeit purchasing behavior of ICT products among youths

@article{Githii2014AnAO,
  title={An analysis on dynamics that lead to counterfeit purchasing behavior of ICT products among youths},
  author={Stephen Kagwathi Githii and Stephen Muthoga Maina and John N. Kamau and Mary M. Njau},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Business and Management},
  year={2014},
  volume={16},
  pages={21-29}
}
Trade in counterfeit products has become one of the world leading illegal activities accounting for billions of dollars exchanged annually. It is estimated that the trade is worth over USD 600 billion far much higher than the GDP of many developing countries. This study sought to identify factors behind this menace that is costly to individuals, companies and governments. Methodology of the study involved a cross-sectional design where a sample of 142 respondents was picked randomly to fill a… 

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