• Togo’s judicial system marked by popular distrust, perceptions of corruption
    12/06/2017
    Following the publication No. 147 of Afrobarometer prepared by Pauline M. Wambua and Carolyn Logan, the Center for Research and Opinion Polls (CROP) has organized on May 18, 2017, a dissemination of findings on the theme "Togo’s judicial system marked by popular distrust, perceptions of corruption". The event took place in the Hibiscus conference room at Agora Senghor. Speakers…
  • Technical Seminar on Stochastic Dynamical Modelling in Bayesian Framework
    30/10/2016
    On Saturday October 29,  Mr. Hola Kwame Adrakey, a PhD candidate in Statistics at Heriot-Watt University (UK) visited CROP and gave a talk on some of the research  he is currently conducting.  His research activities are focused on a range of areas of applied Statistics. One main topic of his interest is the development of…
  • workshop on the role of parliaments in emerging democracies in Africa
    27/09/2016
    From September 19th to September 21st, 2016, experts visiting from seven African countries, namely; Benin, Botswana, Cameroon, Gabon, Tanzania, Togo and Zimbabwe, met at CROP in Lomé to reflect on the role of African parliaments in the ongoing process of democratization. This initiative is a joint effort between CROP and the University of Konstanz in…
  • Asymmetry of information within couples and efficiency of productive decisions – CROP affiliate explore the question in a new research
    11/07/2016
    CROP welcomed a team of researchers from the “Groupement de Recherche en Economie Quantitative d’Aix-Marseille” (GREQAM) to conduct an experimental research study on intra-household allocation of agricultural resources in the Plateaux region. This research project is part of the PhD thesis of Ms APEDO-AMAH Dedevi S. Marie Christine, a research affiliate at CROP. The team…
  • Does school-size affect students’ performance?
    08/07/2016
    The Center for Research and Opinion Polls (CROP), as part of its activities, has welcomed a team of Technical Advisers of PASEC composed of Priscilla Gomes and Dr. Oswald Koussihouèdé, a research affiliate of CROP. Dr Koussihouèdé has shared with a select group of CROP researchers his thoughts on evaluation methods, and has presented his…