N'Goh N'Goran Konan Nana is a doctoral candidate at Felix Houphouët Boigny University in Côte d'Ivoire, and he holds a Masters in economic sociology. He is also an associate researcher at the Laboratory of Economic Sociology and Anthropology of Symbolic Belongings (LAASSE) Expertise and specialising in the use of MARP tools through monitoring / evaluation systems for social and community projects.
He has expertise in social and environmental audits through ESIA, PGEA and the development of research protocol in social and environmental impact studies. In addition, the diversity of these areas of interest testifies to the problems and he is particularly interested in issues related to urbanization, market transactions, social conflicts, resilience, etc. In this capacity, he has collaborated with several research centers (IACC, SEARCH FOR COMMON GROUND, USAID and CERAP, EMEC-CI). Finally, he has to his credit two publications in French at the national level available in the Revue Économie et Société du LAASSE and the Revue Africaine de Migration et Environnement.