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to be negotiated, to wit, trade and labor/environment/competition policy. This course will be a lecture. Required reading : World Trade Law, Text Materials and Commentary, Simon Lester and Bryan Mercurio, HART Publishing, 2008 ; E. CanalForgues, Le Règlement des différends à l'OMC, Bruylant, 3e édition, Bruxelles, 2008 (p. 209).
global in character (such as ﬁght against protectionism, protection of data privacy, access to conﬂict minerals, tax evasion, climate change mitigation etc.) when there is no global international legal framework, or institution, to address these issues in a coherent manner ? The seminar proposes to focus on concrete international issues and look on how businesses and sovereign states cooperate (or clash) in addressing them. We'll take the WTO and its jurisprudence as point of departure as this constitutes today the most advanced attempt to regulate international economic and business relations through a unique biding dispute settlement system. Based the examination of concrete business cases, we'll then consider to what extent states and business interact to address problems not covered by the WTO. The purpose of this class is that students master the basis of international business and trade law and have an educated personal opinion on these disciplines. Required reading : Legal Problems of International Economic Relations, 5th ed. John Jackson, William Davey, Alan Sykes, West Group 2002, ISBN 978-0-314-16026-3 ; The Political Economy of the World Trading System, 3rd ed., Bernard M. Hoekman & Michel M. Kostecki.
INTERNATIONAL TRADE REGULATION & NEGOCIATION
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Fabian DELCROS (International data ﬂows and protection agreements negotiator, EU Commission). Prerequisite : No need to be a lawyer to follow this class as it will be based on case studies understandable by all students. Students with WTO legal knowledge might ﬁnd part of this course redundant. Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Grading will be based on students' performance and behaviour during the class and the simulation exercise (to be organized at the end of the semester). Workload : Students are expected to prepare for each session and do the compulsory readings that will be discussed during the class. Pedagogical Method : This course has been labelled as a PSIA pedagogically-innovative course : - Applied case studies with a practitioner in the ﬁeld. - Simulation ﬁnal exercise to apply knowledge on world trade regulation and to practice negotiation skills and public speaking. Course Description : This course has been labelled as a “PSIA pedagogically innovative course” (see below pedagogical format for further information). How international businesses and sovereign states interact to address problems that are inherently
INTERPRÉTATION JURIDIQUE ET DÉCISION JUDICIAIRE
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 12 Langue d'enseignement : français
Enseignants : Julie SAADA (Professeur des Universités à Sciences Po). Prérequis : Aucun. Format pédagogique : Séminaire Mode de validation : Textes à lire en vue du cours et de la participation orale, essai ﬁnal. Charge de travail : Textes à lire en vue du cours. Méthode pédagogique : La problématique de chaque séance sera formulée par le professeur, puis des questions seront posées et discutées collectivement. L'accent sera mis sur la formulation de problématiques et la confrontation des argu1449