Dr. Abou Kane is a Professor of economics at University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar (UCAD) and Researcher at CREA. He holds a PhD in Economics from UCAD through an international program for 18 African francophone countries called: Programme de Troisième Cycle Interuniversitaire en Economie (PTCI). His is specialized in Applied Microeconomics and is mainly interested in labour market, education and health. He mainly teaches Microeconomics, education economics and labour economics. He was the coordinator of the project DEMTREND in Senegal.
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