Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
cash and non cash, beneﬁts incl. pension plans, reward policies, strategies and constraints and about how the C&B function operates within the overall HR value chain. This course equip the students with the C&B capabilities, to manage most of the existing issues raised by C&B in a global company. A particular attention is provided to share practical take aways and spend enough collective time in the courses to exchange around innovations and new practices coming from the digital world. Required reading : Punished by Rewards : The Trouble with Gold Stars, Incentive Plans, A's, Praise, and Other Bribes, Alﬁe Kohn, Mariner Books, 1999, 448 pages ; Rémunérations, JeanMarie Peretti et Jean-Pierre Magot, Vuibert, 2012, 128 pages ; Référentiel Magellan « Compensation &Beneﬁts – Rémunération et avantages sociaux », Le cercle Magellan, 2012 ; The Compensation Handbook, Lance A Berger & Dorothy Berger, McGraw Hill Professional, May 2008, 656 pages.
its basic notions and speciﬁc reasoning methods. Students will be encouraged to develop a critical assessment of competition policies both at the EU and national level. The course covers the main areas of competition law : anti-competitive agreements, abuses of a dominant position, merger control and State-aid law. There will be a strong emphasis on EU competition law, but French law will also be studied in detail. Required reading : R. Whish and D. Bailey, Competition Law, 8th ed., Oxford University Press.
COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Bruno GENCARELLI (Head of unit European Commission), Eric PAROCHE (Antitrust Partner at Hogan Lovells). Prerequisite : None. Pedagogical Format : Lecture alone Course validation : At the end of the semester, an oral examination will allow to assess each student's understanding of the subject. The ﬁnal grade will also take into account the oral participation in the lecture. Workload : Before each class, students will receive by e-mail a short worksheet presenting abstracts of applicable texts and landmark cases of European courts. A close reading of this document will enable students to better understand the topics covered and to actively participate in class. News related to European competition law will also be commented each week. Pedagogical Method : The course will favour a concrete and interactive approach to the subject, relying upon the European Commission's decisional practice and the Court of justice's case law. Senior ofﬁcials of the European Commission, lawyers, economists, and corporate executives will intervene in order to share their experience. Course Description : Based on the European Commission's practice, this course offers a synthetic and concrete overview of the European Union competition policy, as well as highlights
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Eric BARBIER DE LA SERRE (Avocat), Claire LAVIN (Avocat). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Evaluation will be based on an end-of-term examination of 4h (100%) including, in particular, a case study with weighting according to oral participation and student's involvement. Workload : Readings will assigned for each class. The assignments will be mainly taken from Richard Whish's book. Pedagogical Method : The course consists of 12 classes of 2 hours each, comprising a period of lecture as well as discussions and practical exercises. Interaction during class is strongly encouraged. Course Description : This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth introduction to competition law, with a particular emphasis on 1132