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ASE Announces the Launch of the New Academic Year

The African School of Economics is excited to announce the official launch of the 2019-2020 academic year. For more information on important dates throughout the year, please see the 2019-2020 Academic Calendar.  Registration is now open for interested applicants to enroll one of ASE’s Master’s programs

Published on 8 Oct 19
Voice of America Interviews ASE Founder Leonard Wantchekon on Higher Education in Africa

The economics professor at Princeton University was interviewed by VOA Afrique reporter Abdourahmane Dia on September 05, 2019. The conversation also included Souleymane Bachir Diagne, a department chair and professor at Columbia University, and David Zounmenou, an independent researcher

Published on 19 Sep 19
Financial Education Training at ASE: The Institute of Finance and Management (IFM) Innovates

Will financial literacy and the use of a personal budgeting mobile app promote financial inclusion? In response to this question, ...

Published on 16 Aug 19
Master’s candidate Julio Solis joins the WZB Berlin Social Science Center

At the WZB, Solis will be working with renowned political scientist Macartan N. Humphreys on the “Institutions and Political Inequality” research unit. This position, and Humphrey’s mentorship, will be a great opportunity for Solis to continue to grow as a scholar.

Published on 12 Aug 19