Campus de Paris
Class participation is actively encouraged. Workload : Each student will : - Prepare an individual presentation work (“exposé”) (15 min) ; - Submit a press review in pairs (20 min) ; - Individually answer questions during the midterm and ﬁnal examination (not open-book) (2x30 min). The lecturer provides methodological assistance in the preparation of each of the works requested. Pedagogical method : Based on class participation and interaction, this class emphasizes a practical approach and is designed for students interested in international economics and ﬁnance who wish to better understand the role and impact of emerging countries in the global economy. Course Description : The emergence of BRICS is the most striking phenomenon of the past decade. After the BRICS countries, a new wave of emerging countries is appearing in the South, from Nigeria to Indonesia through Ethiopia and Vietnam. As a major strategic challenge for the OECD countries, emerging markets are both growing markets and competitors, with which new partnerships must be invented. Emerging countries aspire now to be recognized as full powers in global governance and want to have more inﬂuence in international institutions, including trade and currency. This conference addresses the key issues that affect the economy and society in emerging markets : globalization, demography, urbanization, religion, commodities, water, climate change, currencies, enterprises and geopolitical power politics. Required reading : Press : The Economist, FT, Wall Street Journal, Handelsblatt, FAZ, NZZ, Il Sole 24 Ore, Harvard Business Review ; Daziano Laurence (2014), Les pays émergents, approche géoéconomique, Armand Colin, collection U économie, Paris.
Teachers : Daniel SABBAGH (Researcher, CERI). Pedagogical format : Elective Course validation : Continuous Assessment (one in-class presentation ; one paper ; participation to collective discussions) Course Description : The topic of this pluridisciplinary seminar is discrimination, “afﬁrmative action” (“discrimination positive”) and multiculturalism, considered within the speciﬁc context of the US experience. As we shall see, that experience is characterized by three structural features that De Tocqueville famously identiﬁed : the “passion for equality”, the salience of “racial” cleavages, and the juridicialization of politics. Elaborating upon those intuitions, the seminar will rely extensively on history (that of ethnoracial and religious minorities since the early nineteenth century), law (through a thorough analysis of some of the key Supreme Court decisions in this area) and political philosophy (by discussing theories of social justice and equality, notably those of John Rawls, Ronald Dworkin, and Michael Walzer). Required reading : to be deﬁned.
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 120 Langue d'enseignement : français
Enseignants : Bertrand BADIE (Professeur des Universités à Sciences Po), Aurélie VITTOT (Doctorante - Science Politique). Prérequis : Aucun. Format pédagogique : Cours magistral et conférences Maîtres de conférences : Delphine ALLES (Professeur des universités), Martine ALONSO MARQUIS (Doctorante), Louise GANON (Doctorante contractuelle à l'IEP de Paris), Yves GOUNIN (Délégué aux relations internationales du Conseil d'Etat), Amy Kristin GREENE (Responsable pédagogique, Collège universitaire), Pierre GROSSER (Agrégé d'histoire, docteur en histoire, enseignant détaché à Sciences Po), Sylvain KAHN (Professeur agrégé au département d'Histoire, Sciences Po), Delphine LAGRANGE (Chercheur), Mathilde LELOUP (Doctorant 391
EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY IN THE UNITED STATES
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English