Consortium pour la Recherche Économique et Sociale (CRES)

Consortium pour la Recherche Économique et Sociale (CRES)

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CRES is a research center created in 2004 by a group of teachers-researchers from various disciplines (Economics, Law, Quantitative Techniques, Sociology) of Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar (UCAD). CRES aims to promote quantitative research that can equip political decision-makers, local authorities and civil society organizations in the formulation and implementation of social and economic development policies at both national and international levels.

Latest publications

Socio-economic Impact Evaluation of the Project Live with Water

Studying Health Impacts Associated with the Live with Water Project

Live with Water: Building Resilience to Floods in Suburban Areas of Dakar, Senegal

Waste Management Behaviour

Effectiveness of Tobacco Product Taxation Systems in ECOWAS Member Countries: Tax Incidence Approach

L’accès des Femmes au Pouvoir Décisionnel dans les Instances Politiques Sénégalaises / Women's Access to Decision-making Power in Senegalese Political Structures

Enjeux du Foncier Rural au Senegal: Quelle Approche pour un Developpement Economique Durable? / Rural Land Issues in Senegal: Which Approach should be taken for Sustainable Economic Development?

L’evolution Juridique de la Cour des Comptes et de Discipline Budgetaire de la Republique du Congo / The Legal Developments of the Court of Auditors and Budgetary Discipline of the Republic of Congo

Deux Clés de Compréhension des Atouts de L’arbitrage Dans L’espace OHADA / Two Approaches to Understanding the Advantages of Arbitration in the OHADA Area

Determinants of Tobacco Demand and Duration: Evidence from Senegal and Nigeria

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