Écoles, masters et doctorats / Schools, Masters and Doctorates / Enseignements / Teachings
Prerequisite : The are no pre-requisites for the course. However, students should have a sound cultural background and an interest in the ﬁnancing of cultural organizations. Students are encouraged to read The Gift by Marcel Mauss, the World Cities Culture Finance Report, the ﬁrst ever global comparative study to examine the ﬁnancing of culture in world cities, and The Philhantropy Outlook 2017 & 2018. Pedagogical Format : Lecture alone Course validation : - Press review and class participation (20%) - Group assignment : oral presentation of a case study in class (40%) - Final written assignment : fundraising group project/exercise (40%) More information and details about these different assignments will be given during the ﬁrst class. Workload : Before each class, students are required to read the assigned texts/documents. Pedagogical Method : Each class will start with a quick press review done by a group of students. Then, the class will be be composed of a one-hour lecture illustrated by case studies and followed by an additional hour of discussion with a guest speaker. Guest speakers include patrons of the arts/donors, directors of cultural organizations, professional fundraisers, and heads of foundations. Course Description : This course is designed for students who want to acquire the theoretical and practical fundamentals of fundraising in the cultural sector. It will provide students with the best practices and the most effective strategies and methods used in fundraising for cultural organizations. From understanding what a culture of philanthropy means to learning more about the motivations for giving of donors, students will become familiar with capital campaigns and endowments, annual giving programs, major gifts, corporate giving, fundraisers and special events, the role of stewardship, volunteers and board members. Since the recent economic downturn, cultural organizations across the world have faced deep cuts in public funding. Fundraising has become vital in order for them to compensate for this lost income, and to ensure a steady source of fund-
ing. This evolution along with other causes has reinforced the professionalization of fundraising turning it into a real profession with a set of techniques and skills (and even dedicated professional associations) that we will explore in this course. Through the study of fundraising, this course will also introduce the keys to a successful management of cultural organizations : deﬁning an organization's mission and creating tailored programming that embodies that mission, developing relevant marketing campaigns, leveraging your board of trustees to grow the supporters and community, managing budget and expenses, and maximizing income through fundraising efforts. Required reading : This course is designed for students who want to acquire the theoretical and practical fundamentals of fundraising in the cultural sector. It will provide students with the best practices and the most effective strategies and methods used in fundraising for cultural organizations. ; Kaiser (Michael), The Cycle : A Practical Approach to Managing Arts Organizations, Brandeis, 2013.
FUSION DES ADMINISTRATIONS DES IMPÔTS ET DU TRÉSOR PUBLIC EN FRANCE (LA)
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
Enseignants : Philippe PARINI (Directeur régional des ﬁnances publiques d'Ile-de-France, Ministère des ﬁnances et des comptes publics). Prérequis : Le cas proposé ne nécessite pas de prérequis universitaires approfondis mais seulement le niveau attendu de connaissances sufﬁsantes en matière de sciences sociales au sens large pour être capable de considérer avec pertinence l'environnement sous toutes ses formes en matière de politiques publiques et d'organisation administrative. Format pédagogique : Séminaire Mode de validation : - Une note collective sur exposé. - Une note individuelle de participation à un débat. - Une