Consortium pour la Recherche Économique et Sociale (CRES)

Consortium pour la Recherche Économique et Sociale (CRES)

  • Publications: 60
  • Features: 1
  • Contributors: 88

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

Diffusion de Variétés de Riz et du Système de Riziculture Intensive: Quel impact sur la Filière ?/ Diffusion of Rice Varieties and the System of Intensive Rice Cultivation: What is the Impact on the Sector?

Les Disparités de Genre dans l’Accès et l’Utilisation des TIC au Sénégal / Gender Disparities in Access to and use of ICTs in Senegal

Diffusion de Variétés de Semences et d’itinéraires Techniques de Production de mil: quel impact sur la filière ? / Dissemination of Seed Varieties and Technical Directions for Millet Production: What will the Impact be on the Sector?

Transformation de l'Agriculture Senegalaise: Impact d'un Programme Integre / Transformation of Agriculture in Senegal: Impact of an Integrated Program

Macroeconomic Policy Formation in Senegal : Challenges in Formation and Coordination

Un Modèle Macro économétrique du Sénégal / A Macro Econometric Model of Senegal

Gouvernance dans les Institutions de Microfinance: Contingence et Apprentissage Organisationnel / Governance in Microfinance Institutions: Contingency and Organizational Learning

Les Trajectoires d’Emplois des Jeunes au Sénégal: entre "Emplois faute de Mieux" et Projet Professionnel / The Career Path of Youth Employment in Senegal: between "Jobs for lack of better" and Professional Projects

Catastrophes and Poverty in Developing Countries

La Situation des Enfants au Sénégal: Pauvreté, Vulnérabilités et Réponses Politiques / The Situation of Children in Senegal Regarding: Poverty, Vulnerabilities and Political Responses

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