Kokou Yano L. D. Abalo
place: Lomé, Togo
: B.S. mathematics and physics from College Protestant, Togo; M.S. applied mathematics , Kharkov State University; M.S. applied mathematics, University of Illinois
Ph.D. (1994), Clemson University mathematical sciences
thesis: Berge and Nash Games: Existence Theorems and Applications ; advisor: Michael Kostreva
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Throughout the late 1990s he taught Game Theory and Optimization and Operations Research at the Institut de Mathematiques et de Sciences Physiques (Benin). Since 1995, he has worked as Maître-assistant at the Université de Lomé. He was also a Visiting Scholar earlier this year at the Center for Operations Research and Econometrics at Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium.
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