Écoles, masters et doctorats / Schools, Masters and Doctorates / Enseignements / Teachings
Prerequisite : None. Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Grading is based on an oral presentation (20%), two policy briefs (20% each), a short ﬁnal exam (30%), and participation to the class (10%). Workload : Students are expected to actively participate in the seminar, based on careful preparation of the topics covered. This especially includes weekly reading of academic pieces as well as study of related handbooks. Pedagogical Method : The course will be structured by core presentation from the professor, discussion of papers, and a number of exercices. Course Description : Designed for students already introduced to the basics of EU politics, this course deals with positive political economy and public choice theory applied to the study of political conﬂicts, democratic institutions, and public policy. The course covers the main tools for the study of public choice (rational decisionmaking theory, game theory, social choice theory) and a number of both theoretical and applied topics, including the empirical study of institutions. It offers application to both European levels dynamics and national cases in Western Europe. Decision theory and game theory are the main tool boxes for this. Doing so, the course intends to equip students with new skills to analyse negotiation and bargaining. Hopefully, this would lead them to better perform in taking part in these situations. Required reading : D. Mueller, 2003, Public Choice III, Cambridge University Press.
Course validation : Continuous assessment grade : participation (10%), case studies (50%) and ﬁnal exam in class (40%). Workload : 12 seminars of two hours each (24 hours). Pedagogical Method : The content will be delivered using real life examples and case studies of international organisations. Students will be expected to prepare 2 case studies in groups. Prereads for each course will include articles. Course Description : The course provides an overview of the role of Human Resources Management and how it supports organisations. We will cover an overview of the employee lifecycle and the HR processes that support how an organisation attracts, retains, develops, rewards their employees and keep them engaged. We will also look at how an organisation builds a Human Capital Strategy. Finally we will examine some of the current challenges facing global organisations in their traditional approach to HR, including the changing workforce and ways of working, the rise of social media and the increasing importance of ethics, culture and corporate citizenship. Required reading : Main text book : Managing Human Resources, Wayne Cascio ; A few case studies will be provided by the teacher ahead of targeted course ; Research articles or text book chapters will be provided as pre-read by the teacher ahead of the course it supports.
Semestre : Automne Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français
Ouvert au programme d'échange
STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Enseignants : Vincent DESPORTES (Professeur associé à Sciences Po / Général de division de l'armée de terre), Rémi MAZAURIC (Teaching assistant). Format pédagogique : Cours magistral seul Mode de validation : - Un travail de groupe, hors cours, temps non limité : coefﬁcient 2 ; - Une épreuve écrite (2 heures) : coefﬁcient 2 ; - Participation : coefﬁcient 1. Descriptif du cours : La stratégie a dépassé depuis longtemps le cadre des opérations militaires et 1753
Teachers : Laurence MORVAN (Chief of Staff, Ofﬁce of the Chairman & CEO, Accenture ; former Accenture Human Capital Strategy Director). Prerequisite : None Pedagogical Format : Elective