Academic research seminars take place every week at the African School of Economics. The one on Tuesday, February 14th, 2017 took place with a special touch.

For the first time, one of ASE’s pre-doctoral fellows, Simplice Adjisse, presented an academic research seminar for students. His presentation focused on Benin’s bilateral trade patterns and potential. Mr. Adjisse's research concludes that Benin underexploits its commercial potential. The researcher urged policymakers to take decisions to bridge this gap. ASE students who participated in the conference appreciated the work of Mr. Adjisse. "Thanks to his work, I have become aware of the analytical skills that I can acquire at the end of my training at ASE," said Apollos Djogbnou, a first-year MMES (Master in Mathematics, Economics and Statistics) student. 

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