Le Grand Syllabus 2017/2018
Responsable du Pôle laboratoire d’innovations publiques – Policy Lab – Policy stream Sécurité et Défense: Florent Parmentier Tel: +33 (0)1 45 49 50 34 Email: ﬂorent.firstname.lastname@example.org Responsable du Pôle Master Affaires Européennes – Policy streams Énergie, ressources et développement durable/Energy, Resources and Sustainability, Politics and Public Policy, Europe in the World: Eleonora Russo Tel.: + 33 (0)1 45 49 76 18 Email: email@example.com
Policy streams Economics and Public policy, Social Policy and Social Innovation: Aurélie Joubert Tel: (+33) 1 45 49 55 20 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Policy stream Administration publique (1re année): Hanène Laidouni Tel: (+33) 1 45 49 55 83 Email: email@example.com Policy stream Management and Public Affairs: Julijana Lecherf Tel: (+33) 1 45 49 55 94 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Policy stream Culture/Cultural Policy: Sihem Moncer Tel: (+33) 1 49 54 37 69 Email: email@example.com Master in Public Affairs – SPAEP – Executive Education – Policy stream Digital New Technology and Public Policy: Soa Rakotomavo Tel: (+33) 1 49 54 59 22 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Policy stream Markets and Regulation: Marine Schneider Tel: (+33) 1 45 49 59 01 Email: email@example.com
Policy streams Sécurité et Défense, Énergie, ressources et développement durable/Energy, Resources and Sustainability: Stéphanie Berrebi Tel: (+33) 1 45 49 50 41 Email: Stephanie.firstname.lastname@example.org Policy stream Administration Publique (2e année): Alexandra Bontemps Tel: (+33) 1 45 49 53 01 Email: Alexandra.email@example.com Policy streams Europe in the world, Politics and Public Policy: Philippine Fargeot Tel: (+33) 1 45 49 53 86 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Policy stream Santé/Global Health: Gessica Jean Tel: (+33) 1 45 49 55 62 Email: Gessica.email@example.com
The growing involvement of new actors, both individual and collective, is generating a new public policy paradigm. From action to interaction, from individual intelligence to collective intelligence, the rules of the game have changed. We are witnessing the transposition of the public good into the common good. Resources are no longer provided by the public authority, but rather co-produced, co-developed and comanaged by new public policy actors. Public policy must offer creative and innovative solutions to grasp the disruptive technologies and major challenges of our times. Our hope is to instill in our students the desire to quest for the common good in order to build the world of tomorrow. Public policy 3.0, for example, moves beyond the classic distinction between those who lead and those who execute orders, to allow a diversity of actors to emerge whose interactions form the common good. This requires a reworking of public management: actors must know how to make decisions, communicate, and negotiate in a complex world, all the while co-building, delegating, and innovating. These challenges overﬂow the national frame, combining local, regional, European and global logics. They thus require a multidimensional and panoramic vision of public affairs, which embraces a plurality of values and legal and cultural contexts. Our conviction is that Sciences Po is the ideal place to bring this hope to life. Anchored in its French and European roots, and open to the world, the School of Public Affairs is shaping a new kind of citizen and new public affairs actors.