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Required reading : Trouble in the Making ? The Future of Manufacturing-Led Development, World Bank, 2017 (http ://www.worldbank.org/ en/topic/competitiveness/publication/troublein-the-making-the-future-of-manufacturing-leddevelopment) ; Measuring and Analyzing the Impact of GVCs on Economic Development, World Bank, IDE-Jetro, OECD, UIBE, WTO (http ://documents.worldbank.org/curated/ en/440081499424129960/pdf/117290-WPP157880-PUBLIC.pdf).
Consider the operation of an EU “federal” policy and how the common Trade policy serves the broader EU agenda relating to external policy objectives, sustainable development, rules and standard setting. It will also consider wider aspects of globalization : investment ﬂows, deindustrialization, development opportunities, its social/human impact, how this fosters increasing opposition to globalization and open trade in Western public opinion and how the current backlash against freer trade tends to reshape politics. Each lectures will be available in advance on the dedicated Google drive. A detailed bibliography + reference documents will be available the same way. Required reading : P.Lamy : «The new world of trade», a lecture at ECIPE, March 2015 (a bright introduction to the latest developments in world trade). http ://www.ecipe.org/ app/uploads/2015/05/JAN-Tumlir-POLICEEssays-—-20151.pdf ; Arvind Subramanian and Martin Kessler : “The Hyperglobalization of Trade and Its Future”, The Peterson Institute for International Economics, July 2013. http ://www. piie.com/publications/wp/wp13-6.pdf ; McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) : "Trading myths, Addressing misconceptions about trade, jobs, and competitiveness", May 2012. http ://www. mckinsey.com/insights/mgi/research/productivity_competitiveness_and_growth/six_myths_ about_trade ; Sophie Meunier : "Trading voices : the European Union in international commercial negotiations", Princeton, N.J. ; Princeton University Press, Oxford 2005. (En français : "L'Union fait la force : l'Europe dans les négociations commerciales internationales", Presses de Sciences Po, Paris 2005).
TRADE GLOBALISATION AND THE EU COMMERCIAL POLICY
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Olivier de LAROUSSILHE (Ancien Chef d'unité Commission Européenne). Prerequisite : Some knowledge of/interest in international economics. Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Assessment will be based on participation (10%), 1 oral presentation (30%), 1 written essay from a choice of topics to be proposed (40%), 1 case study with a (very)short presentation+discussion (20%). Workload : Following this course will require active participation in the sessions, some reading of suggested core texts as well as some illustrative documents. Reading the lecture in advance will be an asset for understanding and participation. Pedagogical Method : Each session will focus on one particular topic. A brief presentation will introduce/map out the issue, followed by an interactive part ; participation encouraged, with presentations and case studies by students. Course Description : This course will consider and discuss three main issues : How trade globalization challenges European economies, affecting their competitiveness, ranking in the world as well as their production systems and social balances ; How the EU Trade policy addresses the challenge of trade globalisation and worldwide competition ;
TRANSFORMATION DIGITALE DES ORGANISATIONS ET DES MODÈLES
Semestre : Printemps Nombre d'heures : 12 Langue d'enseignement : français
Enseignants : Romain LIBERGE (Chief digital ofﬁcer, MAIF). Format pédagogique : Séminaire Mode de validation : Exposés oraux – exercices collectifs ; 1783