Écoles, masters et doctorats / Schools, Masters and Doctorates / Enseignements / Teachings
Pedagogical Format : Elective Course validation : Students will be required to write a short mid term essay (40% of the grade) and a longer ﬁnal essay (50% of the grade). Participation will count for 10% of the grade. Workload : Around two hours of preparatory reading for each class. Detailed indications will be given with the Syllabus Pedagogical Method : Courses will consist mainly of lectures by the professor (or special guests). Some videos may be shown. Questions, objections or requests by students are extremely welcome. Sufﬁcient ﬂexibility will be kept to deal with issues that may be of special interest fro some students. Course Description : The course will look at the global ﬁnancial system and international monetary cooperation, one decade after the Great Financial Crisis, from an advanced and emerging economies perspective. Unconventional monetary polices in advanced economies had been perceived as disruptive in emerging countries. The global environment is rapidly evolving along three dimensions : an increased ﬁnancial openness in all economies ; the changing nature of global capital ﬂows (more portfolio, less banking) and ﬁnally, the emergence of new "global" currencies, the euro and the Renminbi. Will those trends persist or be reversed ? Will the world become "multipolar" or existing asymmetries persist ? Will there be more or global monetary and ﬁnancial cooperation or, on the contrary, increased fragmentation of the international ﬁnancial system ? These questions will be discussed from an analytical and policy perspective Required reading : Selected parts of The Annual Report of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) on its website (2012 to 2016) ; Selected parts of The bi-annual Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on its website (2012 to 2017).
Klaudia PORTEN (Director of intervention epidemiology and training). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : The ﬁnal grade will be based on two components : Individual presence and participation (25%) ; A three to ﬁve page paper (75%) at the end of the semester. Each student will identify their own topic, with advice from the lecturers. Workload : Reading of selected publications (one hour per seminar) plus lectures. Pedagogical Method : Course participation is strongly encouraged, so that lectures are interactive. Course Description : This course aims at providing a comprehensive understanding of the emergence of outbreaks and the way the global surveillance of infectious diseases is organised at national and international levels. Concepts of disease emergence and health threats will be described and several examples of past and recent outbreaks and their consequences will be developed. Operational and institutional mechanisms for the detection of and response to epidemics will be illustrated through the description of the various health security networks. Information and communication as well as cooperation processes will be developed. Required reading : Morse, S.S., Factors in the Emergence of Infectious Diseases. 1995. 1(1). Available at : http ://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/ article/1/1/pdfs/95-0102.pdf ; Epidemic intelligence : a new framework for strenghtening disease surveillance in Europe. Euro surveill. 1006 ; 11(12) :pii=665, available at : http ://www. eurosurveillance.org/ViewArticle.aspx ?ArticleId=665 ; « International law and communicable diseases » available at : http ://www.who.int/ bulletin/archives/80(12)946.pdf ; An introduction to Epidemiology : http ://www.cdc.gov/EXCITE/ classroom/intro_epi.htm.
GLOBAL OUTBREAK ALERT AND RESPONSE
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
GLOBAL SKILLS IN WEALTH PLANNING
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Arnaud FONTANET (Professeur, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers),
Teachers : Damien BOSSARD (Conseiller gestion de fortune, Sociét