5th, Oct 2021
Marina Monkoun from ASE to UNDP : The Path of a Leader

Marina Senami Monkoun was one of the first graduates of the African School of Economics (ASE). She attended ASE to…

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21st, Sep 2021
Marius Chabi, ASE Alumni, the founder of LIMPATIENT

Graduating in the class of 2013, entrepreneur Marius Chabi is one of African School of Economics influential alumni. He is…

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18th, Aug 2021
Ottawa-ASE Undergraduate Program : Two African School of Economics Students Enjoying the Fruits of the Partnership.

Ornelia Toihen and Eugenia Sossou, both undergraduate students at ASE, have been studying at the Canadian university since April 28,…

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16th, Jul 2021
National Science Foundation and Princeton University to provide financial support for HASPERE students

In 2020, Hunter College, CUNY and the African School of Economics (ASE) launched Hunter African School Program to Expand Representation…

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31st, May 2021
Mohamed VI Polytechnic University and African School of Economics embark on a new journey towards excellence

The African School of Economics (ASE) and Mohamed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P), two world-renowned educational institutions have decided to combine…

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31st, May 2021
Universidad del Desarrollo, partnering with African School of Economics

ASE aims to provide knowledge in economics and scientific research, seeking to promote the creative and intensive use of this…

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1st, May 2021
Ezechias J. Djima of ASE is admitted to a Ph.D program at the University of Houston with a scholarship

In August of this year, Ezechias J. Djima will enroll in a doctoral program at the University of Houston in…

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20th, Apr 2021
Higher education opportunities for women: African School of Economics collaborates with Spark of Hope Foundation

African School of Economics (ASE) and The Spark of Hope Foundation (SoHF) believe that higher education is key to empowering…

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16th, Apr 2021
African School of Economics partners with New Economic School in Moscow, Russia

African School of Economics (ASE) and New Economic School (NES) have decided to join their efforts through a recently formalized…

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7th, Feb 2021
ASE and Thunderbird Announce Plans for Partnership

African School of Economics is excited to begin developing a partnership with Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State…

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5th, Feb 2021
PASRC Announces its Inaugural Members

The Pan-African Scientific Research Council today announced its Inaugural Members, consisting of 492* researchers and professionals. These members constitute the…

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26th, Jan 2021
The Hunter College and ASE Masters in Economics

A bold initiative to boost diversity and inclusion in graduate education Download the Program Flyer here! Hunter College and the…

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15th, Dec 2020
Inception meeting for COVID-19 research project on African economies and cohesion

On December 17-18, researchers from the African School of Economics (ASE), the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation…

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9th, Nov 2020
Project “Inclusive economic growth in the digital age”: The dialogue phase launched

The second meeting of the steering committee of the project, “Inclusive economic growth in the digital age,” was held on…

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21st, Oct 2020
ASE launches the 2020-2021 academic year

Educational activities for the 2020-2021 academic year on the African School of Economics (ASE) campuses have started. They were launched…

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9th, Sep 2020
Research in the Age of Covid-19: The African School of Economics Innovates

The data collection phase of the “digital economy kit” project took place from Monday, July 20th, to Thursday, July 30th,…

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31st, Aug 2020
ASE Builds New Partnership in New York City

In a historic first step toward the establishment of an African School of Economics presence in New York City, ASE…

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21st, Aug 2020
PhD Admission: Lazare Kovo on his way to Emory University

In a few weeks, Lazare Kovo will join fellow ASE alumnis Fabrice Hapi Nono at Emory University in the United…

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6th, Aug 2020
Patel Gbedjemaiho of ASE admitted to Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business

Beginning in the 2021-2022 school year, Patel Gbedjemaiho from African School of Economics (ASE) is pursuing a PhD at Fisher…

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4th, Aug 2020
Higher education: UAC and African School of Economics pool their strengths for quality training

The African School of Economics (ASE) and the University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC) through the Institute of Mathematics and Physical Sciences…

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29th, Jul 2020
Call for proposals

Global Affairs Canada (GAC) has awarded funding to PEP for a new research initiative on “Climate Change in Sub- Saharan…

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22nd, Jul 2020
Yabo Gwladys Vidogbena of African School of Economics admitted to the University of Houston

After obtaining her Master’s degree from the African School of Economics, Yabo Gwladys Vidogbena has received an offer for PhD…

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7th, Jul 2020
ASE trains investigating officers for the digital economy kit project

Since Wednesday, June 3, the African School of Economics began training investigating officers who have been enrolled as part of…

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15th, Jun 2020
Successful launch meeting of the PASRC

On June 6th 2020, the Pan-African Scientific Research Council (PASRC) held its inaugural Zoom meeting. More than 200 scholars expressed…

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26th, May 2020
7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences: ASE Professor Karim Nchare Selected

ASE faculty member Dr. Karim Nchare has been selected to participate in the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences. The…

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7th, May 2020
COVID 19: African School of Economics Opts for Online Courses

The African School of Economics (ASE) is continuing to train its students in spite of the Coronavirus pandemic. Courses are…

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6th, May 2020
RISE Education Project in Nigeria

African School of Economics is leading the multi-year “Research on Improving Systems of Education” project in Nigeria in collaboration with…

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25th, Mar 2020
Digitalization in Benin: ASE evaluates the country’s level of digital readiness

The first steering committee meeting for the project evaluating the state of digital readiness in Benin took place on Friday,…

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18th, Mar 2020
Free medical care for ASE students and staff

For almost a year, The African School of Economics campus has been equipped with a health clinic for the wellbeing of students and staff. The nurse in charge of the clinic, Assogba Zannou Gilbert, holds consultations on all business days and treats members of the ASE community free of charge.

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4th, Mar 2020
ASE Welcomes Visiting Professor Akoété Ega Agbodji

Professor Akoété Ega Agbodji, Dean of the Economics Graduate School of the University of Lomé, joined the African School of Economics last week to share his knowledge and experience.

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