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History of ASE

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Leonard Wantchekon founds the Institute of Empirical Research in Political Economy (IERPE)

2004
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IERPE becomes the Core Partner of Afrobarometer in Francophone Africa

2005
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74 students graduate from IERPE’s Masters of Public Economics and Applied Statistics (MEPSA) program

2006 -
2009
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First summer school for the Empirical Political Economy Network (EPEN) is hosted by IREEP, with a focus on “Democracy and Governance”

2013
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The first cohort of students enrolls at the African School of Economics

2014
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ASE and the Centre de Recherche en Économie du Développement (CRED) organise a joint workshop on Development Economics

2015
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First Summer Institute for Economic Research (SIER), sponsored by the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA)

2015
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Afrobarometer Summer School

2015
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ASE introduces a Certificate Program in Impact Evaluation

2015 -
2016
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ASE partners with Princeton University’s Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance (JRCPPF)

2016
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ASE launches its new Institute for African Studies

2016
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The Second Summer Institute for Economic Research (SIER)

2016
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ASE announces launch of the Institute for Finance and Management (IFM)

2017
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ASE holds its annual Opening Ceremony at the newly-constructed campus in Abomey-Calavi

2017
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ASE promotes high school mathematics by inviting Animath to host a summer school and supporting the launch of the Benimath-Lica Club

2017