This is an output of the project:
Low Cost Technologies (“The next generation of low-cost energy-efficient appliances and devices to benefit the bottom of the pyramid” (LCT))
Some initial findings from the next generation low cost efficient appliances and devices to benefit the bottom of pyramid
LCT Survey fieldwork report from the project Next generation low cost efficient appliances and devices to benefit the bottom of pyramid
This ESRC funded project is the first to systematically assess whether and how development benefits may be accruing for Africa from this form of engagement with China.
For more info check the project flyer.
Two Studentships in International Development and Inclusive Innovation
Based in Milton Keynes
Full time – 3 years to start in October 2016
Approximate stipend of £13,863, tuition fee and fieldwork expenses are covered
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