École d’affaires publiques, Master in Public Affairs
Lectures will focus on the central place Middle Eastern producers have in the energy sector, look at the evolution of the latter and how investor adapt to new challenges. They will examine the correlation of the region's political developments (both historic and recent) and its impact on the energy sector. The will also look at the complexities of relations and the new challenges ahead. Two session will involve a role play. Axes : Middle Eastern politics ; The Energy sector ; Public policy and its importance. Required reading : Readings will be provided during the course.
widen the reﬂection, and b-case solving as group work to apply concepts to a real case. The b-case consists in elaborating the strategic plan of a major energy company. It is split in two parts : Market study (groups of 2 students for one market), Strategic plan deﬁnition (group of 4 to 5 students per company). Course Description : Our energy system faces multiple pressures : population growth, resource depletion, climate change, environmental degradation. At the same time, technology revolution brings the opportunity to reshape our system and meet the challenges of energy transition. However, energy transition cannot be a pure technological move. The whole system is affected and the whole system has to be redesigned at both a global and local level, considering all its dimensions (politics, strategy, economy). The goal of this course is to describe what is at stake in this energy transition process, how its dynamic works and what the options for the future are. This analysis will be handled at both a global and local level from concepts and high level strategical stakes to local challenges, regulations, adaptations. Required reading : JEREMY RIFKIN 2011, The Third Industrial Revolution : How Lateral Power Is Transforming Energy, the Economy, and the World, Palgrave Macmillan. (To be read not as a manual but as stimulating food for thought).
ENERGY TRANSITION, FROM GLOBAL TO LOCAL ISSUES
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Vincent ESCOFFIER (CEO, Energy Strategies Consulting). Prerequisite : None Pedagogical format : Elective Course validation : The course evaluation will be the combination of three ratings : 1 presentation rating (1/3) : oral presentation. 1 b-case rating (1/3) : market study part (groups of 2 students) : written work. 1 b-case rating (1/3) : strategic plan part (group of 4 to 5 students) : written work and oral presentation. Workload : 12 sessions of 2 hours (24 hours), 4 credits. Presentations by the students require desk research and homework. B-case work requires desk research and group work outside the course. Pedagogical method : This course will use different pedagogical perspectives : lessons to give the basic knowledge and deﬁne the concepts, presentation by a guest known for its expertise to detail speciﬁc topics, student presentations to
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Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
Ouvert au programme d'échange
Enseignants : Emmanuel GLASER (Avocat associé - Cabinet Veil Jourde). Format pédagogique : Enseignement électif Mode de validation : Les exposés (deux par séance) sont faits par l'un ou l'autre des élèves du groupe du jour. Ils portent sur le thème de la séance, indiqué en gras. Les plans faits par les autres élèves du groupe sont ramassés et notés sur 5. 1063