Households’ willingness to pay for a motorcycle helmet in Hanoi, Vietnam
Dennis Petrie (),
Jon Adams and
Christopher Doran ()
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 2008, vol. 6, issue 2, 137-144
Respondents were prepared to pay a higher price than the market price of a standard helmet. To improve the quality of helmets in Vietnam, it is recommended that the government subsidize a helmet programme in conjunction with other programmes (such as education and strict enforcement policies) in order to increase the ownership of quality helmets in Vietnam and thereby reduce the severity of motorcycle road traffic injuries. Copyright Adis Data Information BV 2008
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