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cilla Hayner, Unspeakable Truths : Confronting State Terror and Atrocity, Londres/New York, Routledge, 2002 : chap. 2-5, 7 et 13 ; Sandrine Lefranc, « La Professionnalisation d'un militantisme réformateur du droit : l'invention de la justice transitionnelle », Droit et Société (2009), n° 73 ; David Mendeloff, « Truth-Seeking, TruthTelling and Post-Conﬂict Peacebuilding : Curb the Enthusiasm ? », International Studies Review 6, no. 3, septembre 2004, p. 355-380 ; Harald Welzer, Les Exécuteurs : des hommes normaux aux meurtriers de masse, Paris, Gallimard NRF essais, 2007, traduit de l'allemand : chap. 1-3.
well as for ethnic or sexual minorities, the growing polarization of jobs and the debate on inequality, as well as the inﬂuence of globalization and migration ﬂows. The class will also review the impact of key public policies based on recent empirical research in this ﬁeld, such as the inﬂuence of taxes and transfers, the debate on the minimum wage, the relationship between unemployment insurance and job search behaviors, the link between employment protection and job creation, the impact of training, placement, hiring subsidies on the chances to exit unemployment. Required reading : P. Cahuc, S. Carcillo & A. Zylberberg (2014), Labor Economics , second edition, MIT Press. ; G. Bordas (2012), Labor Economics , sixth edition, McGraw Hill.
LABOR ECONOMICS AND EMPLOYMENT POLICIES
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 40 Language of tuition : English
LATIN AMERICAN METROPOLIS
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Stéphane CARCILLO (Economiste, Conseiller au cabinet du secrétaire d'Etat chargé de l'emploi), Mario LUCA (Teaching Assistant). Prerequisite : Basic microeconomics, basic statistics or quantitive methods for social sciences. Pedagogical Format : Elective Course validation : Final Exam (50% of the ﬁnal grade) and Take-home Essay (40% of the ﬁnal grade), Participation (10% of the ﬁnal grade) The Final exam (2 hours) will consist in a short essay and / or questions related to a topic studied in class and will take place during the last course. Questions for the take-home essay are allocated at random among students. They will be sent around mid-March. Students have two weeks to return the essay. Pedagogical Method : Every class will be based on slides which will be posted in advance on my personal webpage https ://sites.google.com/site/ stephanecarcillo/ Course Description : This course is an introduction to labor economics and the evaluation of employment policies and labour market regulations. We will focus on the basic mechanisms explaining how wages, employment and unemployment are formed. We will describe and explain some important phenomena such over- and under-education, the persistence of discrimination for women, as
Teachers : Olivier DABENE (Professeur des Universités à Sciences Po). Prerequisite : None Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Students are expected to do all the readings indicated for each session of Parts II and III and participate in discussions. They should all come to class prepared to explain the argument of the reading and discuss it (25% of the ﬁnal grade). In addition, they are invited to prepare a case study. Case studies are evidence-based analysis of a city using the framework presented by the professor. The students are expected to make a 20-minute PowerPoint (or Prezi) presentation of their case study (25% of the ﬁnal grade). Finally, a 20 000 sign (3 000 words) individual research paper is due for the end of the semester. It can be an extended version of the power point presentation (50% of the ﬁnal grade). Pedagogical Method : The class is divided in four parts. Part I is composed of two introductory sessions. The ﬁrst one deﬁnes the main concepts used in 1481