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Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) Scholarships

      • University Of Oxford-CSAEVisiting Fellowship for African Scholars 2023

      • The CSAE Visiting Fellowship scheme supports a residency in Oxford from January to March, including flights, accommodation, and a small stipend. The scheme is open to African scholars currently pursuing a career in economics. Applications are welcomed from citizens of all African countries. Applican
      • CSAE Conference: Economic Development in Africa 2022

      • Conference papers address economic analysis of the broad issues relevant for economic development in Africa. The conference consists of parallel sessions, with plenary sessions and a keynote. We are inviting submissions of all papers in development economics, however, we ask you to sele
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The Centre for the Study of African Economies, usually known as CSAE, is an economic research centre in the Social Sciences Division at the University of Oxford, with researchers in the Department of Economics, the Blavatnik School of Government, and the Oxford Department for International Development.

It aims to make a significant contribution to the transformation of African economic performance by:

  • Publishing significant theoretical and empirical findings;
  • Establishing itself as a focus of collaboration between researchers and policymakers;
  • Engaging with policymakers and academics;
  • Engaging in the training of postgraduate students.

The Centre is distinctive in a number of respects:

  • Its research has required the collection of substantial amounts of primary data.
  • It has sought to develop both micro and macro approaches to growth and poverty.
  • Its work is collaborative between institutions across disciplines, NGOs, and international organisations.
  • Its research has strong policy implications for African economies

Our objective in developing these areas has been to build the research infrastructure that will allow us to pursue our primary research objective – the production of excellent research geared to an improvement in Africa’s economic performance.