Minister for Long-Term Strategy and Public Policy Evaluation of Togo and holder of the Agré- gation in Economics. Born in 1968 in Togo and educated in Strasbourg, he taught at Sup de Co Lyon (1997-99). He then served as an economist specialising in cotton at the Institut du Sahel in Bamako (1999), a macroeconomist in the research department and then as head of the depart- ment of external training activities at the head office of the Central Bank of the West African States (BCEAO) in Dakar (2000-03). He then joined the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD), a French government institution based in Montpellier, which seconded him from 2004 to 2008 to Bamako as the French technical adviser. In 2010, he became the director of the economic analysis unit of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU). He was appointed the director of a think tank in Lomé, the Independent Cen- tre for Research and Capacity Building for Development in Togo (CADERDT) and in October 2013 he became a Minister in the Government of Faure Gnassingbé.
Why speak of Africa’s emergence today? Why reopen a discussion which seemed deﬁnitively closed three decades ago, i.e. since the liberal precepts known as the Washington Consensus had become established and had rejected as obsolete and illegitimate all previous experiences and strategies?
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