École du management et de l'innovation, Master in Economics and Business
on theoretical knowledge in development economics, but to provide methodological tools to design development policies and to carry out the impacts of business projects on development. The students will be coached to design a strategic plan for a developing country with a market-driven approach, and to enhance the development externalities of business projects. Required reading : Malcolm Gillis, Dwight Perkins, Steven Radlet, Micheal Roemer, Donald Snodgrass, "Economics of Development" ; Jacques Brasseul, Cécile Lavrard-Meyer, Économie du développement - Les enjeux d'un développement à visage humain (4è éd.), collection U, Armand Collin, 2016..
foundation for the understanding of the business/ industry, the course will focus very concretely on different assets classes (equity, ﬁxed income, alternatives,…) and investment style (growth, value, small cap…) and how chief investment ofﬁcer combines them to build an efﬁcient portfolio to deliver an expected outcome to the clients. Required reading : Mutual Fund Industry Handbook (Lee Gremillon) ; The Theory and Practice of Investment Management (F. J. Fabozzi & H.M. Markowitz) ; EFAMA Fact Book 2015 ; European SRI Study 2014 (Eurosif) ; Asset Management in Europe, Facts and Figures (EFAMA) – 2015.
MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS AND LEADERSHIP
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
INTRODUCTION TO ASSET MANAGEMENT
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 12 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Patrick BROUSSE (Directeur Associé Ernst & Young). Prerequisite : None. Pedagogical format : Elective Course validation : Continuous assessment grade. Course requirements are : 24 hours of classroom work ; Individual readings and participation ; Individual Presentation (individual preparation and delivery) ; Work-group activities. In addition to class time, the weekly time investment is, on average, 2/4 hours of work per week. Workload : 12 seminars of two hours each (24 hours). Credits : 4. Pedagogical method : The course offers a unique, hands-on, interactive learning experience. Four well know diagnostic tools (MBTI, Belbin, Lead, Kraybill) are introduced and practiced as support for the topics mentioned above. They open perspectives and deepen awareness of the multiple aspects of team work and team management. Course Description : This course provides knowledge and practice for students moving into team leadership roles during or after university. The program explores the basics of leadership in team set-up and development. It emphasizes the ben2065
Teachers : Christophe GIRONDEL (Nordea, Banking/Asset Management). Prerequisite : None Pedagogical format : Elective Course validation : The group presentation will represent 30% of the grade, the case study 30%, the short test at the last meeting 20%, the class participation/news case 20%. Workload : 6 seminars of two hours each (12 hours). Credits : 2. Pedagogical method : The course aims at preparing students for professional life, so it will be very concrete combining presentation on speciﬁc topics, concrete case studies and real life examples. It will include debates and discussions. Preparation material is available on the Internet through the website of selected products and asset managers. Course Description : Introduction to Asset Management aims at providing knowledge on how investment and portfolio construction take effectively place for a portfolio manager today. After reviewing key assets management trends such as general market development and their players, passive (ETF, low costs) vs active or responsible investment (ESG) providing the necessary