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ASE in academic discussions on an international scale: Ian Heffernan to China

On November 7, ASE Professor Ian Heffernan attended the 2019 conference of the Global Research Consortium on Economic Structural Transformation ...

Published on 15 Dec 19
ASE in academic discussions on an international scale: Sam Aguey to Ethiopia

On November 6, Professor Segnôn (Sam) Aguey (who also serves as Dean of the ASE Master’s program) from the African ...

Published on 15 Dec 19
The ASE Community Remembers Professor David Gbaguidi

On December 9th, 2019, students, staff, and friends of ASE gathered in remembrance of ASE’s own beloved professor, David Gbaguidi, ...

Published on 11 Dec 19
ASE Partners with the University of Paris Dauphine

The African School of Economics has joined forces with the University of Paris Dauphine, forming a partnership for the benefit of students at both schools. Paris Dauphine is a highly selective university located in Paris, France, and renowned for its high-quality education in fields such as finance, economics, and mathematics.

Published on 9 Dec 19