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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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Internship Program MTN Benin : Three ASE Students Recruited

On Friday, April 5th, 2019 a welcoming ceremony was held at the former direction of MTN Benin for new recipients ...

Published on 11 Apr 19
Admission to PhD : A Former Student of ASE On The Road To Notre Dame, U.S.

Samson M’boueke is among the competitive class of Pre-Doctoral Fellows this year at the African School of Economics and has ...

Published on 5 Apr 19
Business Interests and Clientelist Contracts: Evidence from Benin

22 March 2019, Grand-Popo; The African School of Economics (ASE), represented by its founder, Professor Leonard Wantchekon (Princeton University), participated ...

Published on 4 Apr 19
PhD, Caroline Sèlidji Tossou Packs for Wisconsin Madison

Research Assistant and former Pre-doctoral Fellow at the African School of Economics (ASE), Caroline will be attending the University of ...

Published on 28 Mar 19