Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
Prerequisite : Students should preferably have experience / training in all or any of the following : public sector management, ﬁnance, development and emerging markets. Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : 1 - individual written assignment 45% (consultancy-type report/ ﬁrst draft mid semester ﬁnal draft end of semester). 2 - peer review of two individual assignments 10% (mid semester). 3 - group assignment 15% (consultancy-type report/presentation, end of semester). 4 - participation in class simulations/ solution of cases 30% (all semester). Workload : Students are expected to : 1 - read prior to each class the summary of several documents and if possible to explore the full documents ; 2 - actively participate in class to solve case studies and consultancy-type assignments ; 3 - draft one individual assignment, review the work of two peers and participate in a group assignment. Additional requested information : 3 to 6 hours. Pedagogical Method : Each class will be normally equally split between the following : - presentation by the professor(s), - case study or interactive discussion with students, - in some cases, guest from an international ﬁnancial institution, the private or public sector. The last class will be a presentation of a group exercise. Additional requested information : 12 weeks. Course Description : “Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) for Infrastructure in Developing and Emerging Economies” will prepare students interested in solving the challenge of building 21st century infrastructure, by providing the fundamentals of PPPs, through concrete cases and continuous interactions with top practitioners from the public and private sector, as well as international ﬁnancial institutions (including the European Investment Bank, the World Bank, Asian Development Bank and Inter-American Development Bank). The class will explore how PPPs can address issues such as urbanisation, connectivity, demographics, 1672
resource management & climate change. As a test bed, the class will assess the potential for developing PPP in the People's Republic of China. By the end of the class, the students will have an understanding of PPPs in their various dimensions, with a focus on fundamental concepts for delivering and ﬁnancing large-scale projects. The expertise acquired will be applicable to professional challenges in the public or private sector, as well as in international ﬁnancial institutions. A great number of former students of this class are currently working in the infrastructure sector, among others, at the European Investment Bank, the World Bank, Green Climate Fund, Agence Française de Développement, GIZ, InfraCo, OECD, Vinci, Export-Import Bank of China. Required reading : Yescombe,Farquharson, Public-Private Partnerships : Principles of Policy and Finance, 2018 Second Edition ; WEF, Strategic Infrastructure : Steps to Prioritize and Deliver Infrastructure Effectively and Efﬁciently (on-line) ; S.Gatti, Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Project Finance, Academic Press, 2008 ; PPIAF, Public-Private Partnership Reference Guide, Third Edition (on-line) ; the plan of the course is available at the following link http :// www.sciencespo.fr/psia/sites/sciencespo.fr.psia/ files/PPP%20for%20Infra%20in%20Developing%20and%20Emerging%20Economies_Syllabus%20Course%202018.pdf.
PUISSANCE PUBLIQUE FACE AUX RUPTURES TECHNOLOGIQUES (LA)
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
Enseignants : Brice BOHUON (Directeur du marketing et des services, SNCF). Prérequis : Aucun pré-requis obligatoire, mais l'enseignement est destiné à des élèves fortement intéressés par les innovations technologiques et les transformations numériques. Une connaissance même minimale de la réalité administrative (stage) est recommandée. Format pédagogique : Atelier Mode de validation : Trois travaux seront demandés pendant le semestre : une note écrite