École d’affaires publiques, Master Affaires européennes
d'experts qui viendront témoigner de leurs expériences au cours des 6 dernières séances. Descriptif du cours : Cet enseignement a pour but de présenter aux étudiants le processus d'internationalisation des entreprises dans un contexte européen. Les choix stratégiques et organisationnels des ﬁrmes en Europe sont analysés. Puis, l'environnement européen de la ﬁrme internationale est analysé dans ses dimensions économiques, politiques, réglementaires et culturelles. L'impact de l'environnement réglementaire et institutionnel sur la vie des entreprises en Europe est présenté, à travers notamment des exemples précis. Lectures principales demandées : Derdevet, M., L'Europe en panne d'énergie, Descartes, 2009 ; Harrison, A. et al., Business international et mondialisation, De Boeck, 2004 ; Johnson, G. et al., Exploring strategy, FT Prentice Hall, 2011.
very interactive approach between the professors and the students, who will be encouraged to openly express their views. Guest speakers might be invited to share personal experiences about the topic. Course Description : The Common Security and Defence Policy was launched in 1999. Nearly two decades later, it is time to perform a reality check : has it met expectations and come of age ? The track record is rather positive, at least on paper : an institutional framework has been set up, objectives have been assigned, several missions have been undertaken and industrial cooperations have taken shape. However, difﬁculties in the implementation of missions, procurement of US military equipment by EU member states and failures in some industrial cooperations underline its shortfalls. Adopting a factual approach (rather than a theoretical one), we will : study the foundations and development of military and civilian crisis management at EU level – from both a historical and institutional perspective ; better understand the dynamics of CSDP – in terms of actors and symbols ; assess the relevance and impact of the European Union crisis management actions. Required reading : European Security and Defence Policy : The ﬁrst 10 years (1999-2009) Edited by Giovanny Grevi, Damien Helly and Daniel Keohane. EU Institute for Security Studies, 2009. Available at http ://www.iss.europa.eu/ uploads/media/ESDP_10-web.pdf.
EUROPEAN DEFENCE AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Andreas HATZIDIAKOS (contractuel), Annelise LETHIMONNIER (Oil & Gas Sales and Customers Relations, Airbus Helicopters). Prerequisite : Advanced knowledge of the institutional framework of the European Union Pedagogical format : Elective Course validation : 70% personal work (1 presentation in small groups and 1 paper per student) ; 30% participation (active contribution to the debates). Workload : No speciﬁc preparation required. However, an indicative bibliography will be provided for each class, to allow active individual contribution during class. Two pieces of work (a group presentation of 20min max. and a written paper of 4 pages maximum) will be required from each student. Pedagogical method : Leaning process will be based on lectures, students' presentations and debates. The methodology adopted is based on a
EUROPEAN ENERGY POLICY
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English ; French
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Anne HOUTMAN (ex-Conseiller principal, DG Energy). Pedagogical format : Seminar Course Description : The energy sector was at the heart of the European project 60 years ago. Yet for decades there was no real European energy policy and each Member State developed its own rules and networks. How has the situation evolved ? What is the state of play today on energy markets, in terms 1021