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The African School of Economics aims to promote cutting-edge economic research, innovative public policy and to contribute to the emergence of world-class social scientists and business in Africa.

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The African School of Economics is one of the most distinguished graduate institutions in Africa. We are internationally acclaimed for our distinctive teaching approach that balances theory with professional practice.

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EGAP Learning Days:  Presentation of Professor Wantchekon

On Wednesday June 12th, 2019, as part of the Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP) learning days, professor Leonard Wantchekon ...

Published on 17 Jun 19
Spotlight on EGAP Learning Days  at African School of Economics

As part of the event, the ASE community welcomed on Monday, June 11st, 2019 Dr. Nahomi Ichino from the University ...

Published on 12 Jun 19
EGAP Learning Days at ASE

In cooperation with the African School of Economics (ASE), Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP) is organizing a Learning Days ...

Published on 5 Jun 19
New Faculty Member Dr. Karim Nchare Joins ASE

Post doc and Assistant Professor,   he holds a PhD in Economics from  Pennsylvania State University and specialized in Econometrics. ...

Published on 28 May 19