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Professor Wantchekon on Benin's Comparative Advantage for Tourism

The African School of Economics has launched its Institute for African Studies (IAS), which is the crucible of ...

Published on 19 Jun 18
Israeli-Palestinian economic issues discussed

On Friday, June 1st, the ASE community welcomed Mr. Johanes Agbahey from Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany) as a presenter ...

Published on 8 Jun 18
PhD Student from ETH Zurich: Youth in the Informal Labor Market in Benin

On Friday, April 13th Bart Kudrzycki joined ASE as the latest Academic Seminar presenter. Mr. Kudrzycki holds a Master’s degree ...

Published on 20 Apr 18
Academic Seminar: Corruption and Trade at Benin’s Borders

On April 10, Dr. Joachim Jarreau visited ASE to present his paper, “Determinants of Petty Corruption in Transport – Evidence ...

Published on 17 Apr 18