École d’affaires publiques, Master Affaires européennes
ECONOMICS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Course validation : The grading system is based on a mid term exam during class hours, made of a MCQ and short course questions, and a ﬁnal "take home paper" ; Mid term exam : 40% ; Final take home paper : 60%. Course Description : This course offers fundamentals of money, banking and ﬁnance (markets) with focuses on current issues in the banking industry and state/banks dynamics related to economic growth ﬁnance and regulation. Based on practical case studies, it mobilises strong economic history components and low level of mathematic formalism. Students are required to read course materials ahead of each lecture. Considering the large specter of content reviewed in the course, a high and motivating work load is to be anticipated. Each lecture starts with a review of last week economic and ﬁnancial issues, then a review of compulsory readings, then the lecture itself. The course is based on classic lectures & readings, discussions with students and inclass applications/case studies. Required reading : Mishkin F.S., Matthews K., Giuliodori M., The Economics of Money and Banking, European Edition, 2013, Pearson ; Knoop T.A., Modern Financial Macroeconomics, 2008, Blackwell.
Teachers : Jérôme CREEL (Directeur adjoint, OFCE), Francesco SARACENO (Directeur adjoint, OFCE). Pedagogical format : Lecture and tutorials Course validation : The ﬁnal exam will be composed of multiple choice questions. Pedagogical method : The textbook from which we will extract most of the material is R. Baldwin and C. Wyplosz (BW hereafter), The Economics of European Integration 4th Edition McGraw Hill, 2012. Buying the book is not mandatory, even if suggested. You may use previous editions but it is your responsibility to make sure that the material covered is the same. Additional material may be posted on Google Drive. Course Description : The scope of the course is to familiarize the students with the economic governance of the European Union, and with the challenges for member states. The ﬁrst part (Francesco Saraceno) deals with the historical developments leading to today's institutional architecture, and with the macroeconomic governance of the EU, notably the Stability Pact and the ECB. The second part (Jérôme Creel) deals with the microeconomics of economic integration, and tackles issues as the common agricultural policy, competition policy, and trade. Required reading : The Economics of European Integration 4th Edition McGraw Hill, 2012.
ÉCONOMIE ET RÉGULATION DU SECTEUR DES MÉDIAS
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
Ouvert au programme d'échange
ECONOMICS OF MONEY AND BANKING
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Enseignants : Stéphan ALAMOWITCH (Avocat à la Cour, Déchert), Marc SCHWARTZ (Conseiller Maître). Prérequis : Aucun pré-requis Format pédagogique : Enseignement électif Mode de validation : La validation du cours sera fondée sur des présentations en classe (exposé, ﬁche), la participation en classe, et une note ﬁnale prenant la forme d'un travail sur un cas d'entreprise. 985
Teachers : Guillaume SARRAT de TRAMEZAIGUES (Executive Director of Sciences Po Paris Department of Economics). Pedagogical format : Elective