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guidelines. The group work will serve as a basis for discussions in class. Pedagogical Method : This seminar is organised around a case study. The written case serves as the basis for simulations, debates and theory inputs during class. Furthermore, external speakers will be invited to bring an additional, real-world perspective to the students. Course Description : Digital technology has allowed the emergence of disruptive business models in a range of sectors. As the sharing economy emerged, a handful of technology companies took over markets without owning the assets underlying their business. This class discusses a case study of the sharing economy : Uber, a tech ﬁrm, or a transport company that famously owns no taxis. In its global expansion, city by city, Uber found an established industry and regulations it chose to disrupt. This course addresses the challenges that policymakers and competitors were confronted with as Uber entered the French market in Paris. We will discuss the dilemma for regulators between convenience for consumers, security for all involved, ﬁscal policy and job opportunities. Required reading : Stone, B. (2017). The Upstarts : How Uber, Airbnb, and the Killer Companies of the New Silicon Valley Are Changing the World. New York : Little, Brown and Company ; Colin, N., & Verdier, H. (2015). L'âge de la multitude. Entreprendre et gouverner après la révolution numérique (2e édition). Paris : Armand Colin ; Parker, G. G., Alstyne, M. W. V., & Choudary, S. P. (2016). Platform Revolution : How Networked Markets Are Transforming the Economy - and How to Make Them Work for You. New York : WW Norton & Co.
in Europe and US). They must also be at ease with the digital environment and get basics with its history. Pedagogical Format : Lecture alone Course validation : We will have two 2 hour exams, under the form of Q&A at session 6 and 12. First exam's grade will count as 30% of total, and the second one 50%. Students, gathered in group works, will have to publish a blogpost on a topic of their choice related to news or to the current political situation once in the semester, which will count as 20%. Pedagogical Method : We will have a signiﬁcant case study time at each session. Students, gathered in group works, will have to publish a blogpost on a topic of their choice related to news or to the current political situation once in the semester. Course Description : As “software is eating the world”, Nations wants their rules and values to also apply to the digital economy. But classical regulatory approaches are strongly challenged, because of fast-changing innovation and worldwide footprint of internet players. Conversely, digital tools can promote self-organization and reduce the need for regulation. The course explores the new forms and ﬁelds of public interventions in the digital economy, focusing on economic-based regulatory approaches. Required reading : to be deﬁned.
RÉINVENTER LES SERVICES AUX CITOYENS À L'ÈRE DU NUMÉRIQUE
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
REGULATION & DIGITAL ECONOMY
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Enseignants : Jérémy FOURNIER (Consultant, Accenture), Hugues TOUREL (Consultant, Accenture). Prérequis : Aucun Format pédagogique : Séminaire Mode de validation : 1 exposé en groupe (constitution des groupes et répartition des exposés lors de la 1ère séance) (30%). Note de participation individuelle (30%) (incluant la participation à des mises en situation). 1689
Teachers : Bertrand PAILHES (Ingerieur numérique, Ministère de l'économie et des ﬁnances), Sebastien SORIANO (Président de l'ARCEP). Prerequisite : Students must master basics in micro-economics (theory of competition) and law (hierarchy of norms and institutional environment