École d’affaires publiques, Master Affaires européennes
opments in ﬁnancial markets, ﬁnancial innovation, related policies and associated feed-backs to the real economy. The class discusses political, institutional and legal trends and consequences generated by recent events in the ﬁnancial system. To provide a solid base for the discussion of those topics, the class starts with an introduction into ﬁnancial markets, ﬁnancial instruments and techniques to design ﬁnancial portfolios as well as individual ﬁnancial products. Building on this knowledge the class moves into the discussion of political and regulatory reactions to the recent ﬁnancial crisis, comprising already implemented ones as well as currently discussed measures. By shedding some light on the regulatory reforms driven by contemporaneous problems and developments in ﬁnancial markets, the class supports students in developing an understanding of the ongoing overhaul of the institutional and regulatory settings for the ﬁnancial system in Europe. Required reading : The different issues of the IMF Global Financial Stability Report (in particular the executive summaries 2008, 2010, 2013) introduce into the general topics of the class. The De Larosière Report (link) and the G20 Study Group on Global Credit market Disruptions (link) provide both extensive background materials. Recent issues of the The Economist frequently discuss important aspects and most recent developments. Additional readings and a detailed reading list will be announced within the class.
of the course. The post will be made available on-line. See last year blog : https ://thesickmanofeurope.wordpress.com/ For two-third of the note, students will hand a ﬁnal paper to validate the course. The paper will not exceed 4,000 words. Workload : Regular readings before the lectures. Course Description : The course proposes an analysis of the role of the Member States within the European Union in general, and of France in particular. It will question the very notion of Memberstateness in order to analyse both : The on-going state of the European Union (role of national interests, leadership, diagnostic of decline in a context of poly-crisis) ; The on-going changes within Member States provoked by their belonging to the European Union (Europeanisation of politics and policies, domestic narratives related to the EU). The ﬁrst part of the course will address those issues from a general standpoint. The second part will consider the example of France dealing both with France's role in the EU and France's Europeanisation. Required reading : One before each lecture.
GRANDES QUESTIONS TERRITORIALES
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
Ouvert au programme d'échange
FRANCE & THE MEMBERSTATENESS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 36 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Enseignants : Gaël HILLERET (chef de service – Direction des Finances et des Achats (Mairie de Paris)). Prérequis : S'agissant d'un cours d'introduction, le seul pré-requis est une certaine curiosité pour le sujet de ce cours. Format pédagogique : Enseignement électif Mode de validation : La note ﬁnale découlera de trois exercices : un exposé oral en séance (45%) ; une note sur dossier territoriale, dans des conditions proches de l'épreuve du concours d'administrateur territorial (45%) ; une ﬁche technique ou une ﬁche de lecture (10%). 993
Teachers : Christian LEQUESNE (Directeur de recherche, CERI), Olivier ROZENBERG (Chargé de recherche au Centre d'Etudes Européennes Sciences Po). Prerequisite : No particular prerequisite. Pedagogical format : Elective Senior lecturers : Angela TACEA (Doctorante). Course validation : For one third of the note : during the semester, students alone will have to draft a post on an going-event related to the topic