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Leonard Wantchekon

Leonard Wantchekon

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Professor Leonard Wantchekon is the James Madison Professor of Political Economy at Princeton University, as well as Professor of Politics and International Affairs. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, a member of the Executive Committee of the International Economic Association, and has served as Secretary of the American Political Science Association and on the Executive Committee of the Afrobarometer Network. Wantchekon is also the Founder and President of the African School of Economics, which opened in Benin in 2014 (and has since added a second campus in Cote d’Ivoire), and the Founder and President of the Pan-African Scientific Research Council. He previously served as professor at New York University and at Yale University, and holds a PhD in Economics from Northwestern University.

 

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Lusaka Cairo Road Urbanism & Architecture

Cairo Road: Urbanism and Architecture

Fascinated by the striking, modern architecture of Cairo Road, the project team aims to answer questions on the history of one of the oldest roads in the city. The main goal of this project is to document Cairo Road’s urbanism and architectural histories.

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