École d’affaires publiques, Master Affaires européennes
an interim report during the course ; a ﬁnal essay on a certain number of questions to be answered in written form. Workload : No speciﬁc documents or papers are requested before the sessions. Pedagogical method : The course will be based on : a number of 8 lessons from M. Cappon on the general theme of the development and challenges of Public Media in Europe ; 4 lessons from M. Klossa on a "monographic" base on speciﬁc issues ; 1 or 2 external partecipations (to be deﬁned) are foreseen from top level experts of the sector. Course Description : Public Service Broadcasting, a unique European feature, has developed from a state monopoly to one of the big media players, and has to face growing technological and market challenges. All over Europe, politics is reconsidering what is the effective « Public value » of this service, which are the ﬁnancing solutions in times of crisis and which are the best regulatory frameworks. The principles of freedom and independence of the media are also at risk because of growing political interferences, hostile lobbyng on ﬁnancial resources and new laws that undermine traditional governance rules. PSB must ﬁght for a new legitimacy, based on quality of content, new opportunities from technological changes and the value of PSB for the creative industry and the cultural identity of each country. PSB must, then, also elaborate new strategies not to be marginalized in a media world that is being reshaped all over the world. In particular innovation of technologies, content and language will be the key elements to perform a successful transition to a diversiﬁed and more competitive landscape. The course consists of 8 lessons that consitute the « ﬁl rouge » of the whole reﬂection, a number of in depht investigations on key speciﬁc items, conducted with the contribution of external experts, and possibly one or two top level guest speakers from the Europen Media environment. Required reading : Jean Luiss Missika « la ﬁn de la télévision ». Editions du Seuil et la République des idées, 2006.
REGULATING THE EUROPEAN INTERNAL MARKET
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Rodolphe MUNOZ (Administrateur à l'Autorité de Surveillance EFTA), Imola STREHO (Secrétaire générale à l'école doctorale). Pedagogical format : Lecture alone Course validation : Students will be graded according to the ECTS system used at Sciences Po. The ﬁnal exam is a 3/4-hour long open-book exam and will count for 50% of the ﬁnal grade. A mid-term exam, counting for 50% of the ﬁnal grade, will be organized during the semester. Class participation may allow obtaining a higher grade. Pedagogical method : During the classes we will keep lecturing to the minimum and engage in discussion with the students. Therefore, for each class you must read the assignments speciﬁc to the topic of the class beforehand and be able to discuss them in depth. This preparation is necessary to follow classes proactively. The class will focus mainly on legal, but if necessary also on economic and political issues. Course Description : The European internal market has contributed signiﬁcantly to growth, competitiveness and employment in the European Union. It has had and continues to have major economic, social and political signiﬁcance for European integration. In class, we will ﬁrst identify the different steps necessary to achieve the organization and the functioning of the internal market, which is the highest level of market organization. We will then identify the obstacles to free movement and conduct a contextual and functional analysis of the prohibition against obstacles and discrimination in the various policies of the Member States as one of the core legal disciplines which inform the law of the internal market place. The class will focus in particular on the rules governing the free movement in the European Union. Therefore, the free movement