Écoles, masters et doctorats / Schools, Masters and Doctorates / Enseignements / Teachings
economic literature ; all speciﬁc to that respective country, but while having the other countries to be presented in mind. Course Description : Building on the previous lectures, this short course explores the links between intellectual property and development. It is complemented by a study visit to the World Intellectual Property Organization and other International Organisations in Geneva. Learning objectives : - To understand the complex linkages between the protection of intellectual property rights and development, based on the economic literature ; - To obtain a clear idea on the global distribution of intellectual property rights and related developments (including at the country level) ; - To grasp the current diplomacy surrounding intellectual property and economic development. Instructor's biography : Dr. Sacha WunschVincent is Senior Economic Ofﬁcer in the new Economic and Statistics Division of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO). From 2003 to 2010 he was an economist at the Science, Technology and Industry Directorate (DSTI) of the OECD in Paris. He holds a Master of International Economics (MERIT, University of Maastricht) and a PhD in Economics (University of St. Gallen). He teaches international economics at the Institut d'études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po Paris), the World Trade and the World Bank Institute. Required reading : WIPO (2010), World IP Indicators, 2010 http ://www.wipo.int/ export/sites/www/ipstats/en/statistics/patents/ pdf/941_2010.pdf ; OECD (2010), Innovation and the Development Agenda, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (Paris) ; Chapter 5 : Maskus, K. (2000), Intellectual Property Rights in the Global Economy, Institute for International Economics (Washington, D.C.) ; UNCTAD-ICTSD Project on IPRs and Sustainable Development (2004), Encouraging International Technology Transfer, http ://ictsd.org/downloads/2010/01/encouraging-international-technology-transfer.pdf ; Wunsch-Vincent, S., The Economic Argument for a Patent System : A Modern Development Perspective, PDF.
ECONOMICS OF MONEY AND BANKING
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Guillaume SARRAT de TRAMEZAIGUES (Executive Director of Sciences Po Paris Department of Economics). Pedagogical Format : Elective 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.
ECONOMICS OF REGULATION AND COMPETITION
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English