Écoles, masters et doctorats / Schools, Masters and Doctorates / Enseignements / Teachings
economic players and rethink the development approach for promoting private sector initiatives and identify investment opportunities. After developing a good understanding of the key economic players, by countries, regions and industries, we will focus on the dynamics between all major stakeholders (multinationals, SMEs, public sector etc). We will then have a more speciﬁc outlook at the interaction between the public and the private sector through case studies mainly. How does the public sector, including international donors, help promote a sustainable private sector base ? Finally, we will build a business plan for a potential investment in Africa, pitching it to key stakeholders. Where to start and how do you manage your investment project in Africa ? This group exercise will look into the market strategy, communication & marketing and go to market tools Required reading : Lions on the move 2 (McKinsey report – September 2016) ; Jeune Afrique (weekly magazine) or any other relevant daily, weekly or monthly news magazines or online news agency (Ecoﬁn Agency, African Business magazine, This is Africa.
work for Investment and the ﬁeld experience of the lecturer, the course will introduce students to the fundamentals of business climate reform in areas such as investment policy and promotion, corporate governance, SME support, human capital development and how to evaluate and implement reform. Required reading : OECD Declaration on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises ; OECD Policy Framework for Investment ; OECD Principles for Private Sector Participation in Infrastructure ; Porter M. and Kramer M., Creating Shared Value, Harvard Business Review, January-February 2011 ; Please see full course outline and bibliography.
DOING DEVELOPMENT IN CRISIS SITUATIONS
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Xavier LHOTE (Chargé de mission, Agence Française de Développement (AFD)). Prerequisite : Interest and knowledge of current conﬂicts (MENA and Africa regions more speciﬁcally). Willing to work in international organizations (NGOs, development, diplomacy, defense, international organizations etc.) Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : One group assessment and one individual assessment (50% each). Pedagogical Method : The course will be both theoretical and practical to put the emphasis on the difﬁculties donors are facing to implement programs in the most complex areas. Professionals from different institutions (defense, diplomacy, NGOs etc.) will contribute to the course and highlight their visions of the current conﬂicts and the operational constraints they are dealing with. Course Description : Violent conﬂict is increasingly recognized as one of the big obstacles to reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. Its dramatic resurgence over the last few years has caused immense human suffering and has enormous global impact. Violent conﬂicts have also become more complex and 1201
DOING BUSINESS IN EMERGING MARKETS
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Anthony O'SULLIVAN (Deputy Director for Global Relations, OCDE). Prerequisite : none Pedagogical Format : Elective Course validation : One individual essay of 2000 to 2500 words (homework assignment) (40%) One Multiple Choice Test (20%) - Group work (20%) - & Class participation (20%). Workload : 12 seminars of two hours each (24 hours). Credits : 4 Course Description : To provide an overview to students of emerging markets on effective government policies to mobilize business and investment for sustainable growth and employment. Drawing on OECD materials such as the Policy Frame-