EPOG+ - Economic POlicies for the Global transition - Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree

Minor C2 — International macroeconomics and development

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    1) Inter­na­tion­al macro­eco­nom­ics and eco­nom­ic policies
    Macro­eco­nom­ics6.5Eck­hard HeinS1ENpdf
    Inter­na­tion­al economics6.5Jen­nifer Pedus­sel WuS1ENpdf
    2) Devel­op­ment poli­cies and glob­al governance
    Glob­al governance6.5Christi­na TeipenS1ENpdf
    Devel­op­ment economics6.5Mar­ti­na MetzgerS1ENpdf
    3) Tuto­r­i­al sem­i­nar and methodology4Eck­hard HeinS1ENpdf
    6) Lan­guages (1.5 ECTS, option­al)
    French, Ger­man, Advanced English 

    1) Polit­i­cal econ­o­my of development10TBDS2ENpdf
    2) Micro­eco­nom­ics, indus­tri­al and trade policy10Sibulele Nkun­zi S2ENpdf
    3) One course among the following
    * Development10Uma Kol­lam­para­m­bilS2ENpdf
    * Intro­duc­tion to health economics10Fred­erik BooysenS2ENpdf
    4) Research meth­ods for eco­nom­ic pol­i­cy (no ECTS, compulsory)-Daniela CasaleS2EN
    5) Lan­guages (1.5 ECTS, option­al): French -S2EN

    0) Induc­tion month (Sep­tem­ber)
    1) Devel­op­ment and sus­tain­able devel­op­ment (spe­cif­ic to Major C)
    Emerg­ing coun­tries and the tran­si­tion in the glob­al economy4Thibaud Deguil­hem, Pas­cal Grouiez, Petia Kol­e­va and Renaud MetereauS3EN
    Finance and the eco­log­i­cal transition4Erdem Sak­inç and Hélène TordjmanS3EN
    Eco­log­i­cal economics4Alexan­dre Berthe, with: Loui­son Cahen Fourot, Christophe Goupil, Pas­cal Grouiez, Esther Reg­nier, Amé­line Val­let, Romain SvartzmanS3EN
    2) Two spe­cial focus­es (SF) among the fol­low­ing (see details in a table below)
    SF1 — Tech­no­log­i­cal inno­va­tion and knowl­edge in the dig­i­tal era6(See below)S3EN(See below)
    SF2 — Finan­cial strate­gies and labour poli­cies in a glob­alised world6(See below)S3EN(See below)
    SF3 — Sus­tain­able devel­op­ment and cit­i­zen-dri­ven innovation6(See below)S3FR(See below)
    SF4 — Social pro­tec­tion in finan­cialised and glob­alised contexts 6(See below)S3EN(See below)
    SF5 — Applied socio-economics 6(See below)S3EN/FR(See below)
    3) Method­olog­i­cal tools for empir­i­cal work (choose one of the cours­es below — list to be confirmed)
    Econo­met­rics6Louis Dau­masS3EN
    Advanced econo­met­rics6Hugo Harari-Ker­madecS3EN
    4) Com­mon culture
    Trans­for­ma­tions of glob­al capitalism1.5Cédric DurandS3EN
    Eco­log­i­cal chal­lenges from a mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary perspective1.5Nathalie Blanc
    Luc Abbadie
    and invit­ed speakers
    Joint sem­i­nars8Var­i­ous speakersS3EN
    Elec­tive “soft skills” ses­sions (no ECTS)-Var­i­ous speakersS3/S4EN/FR
    5) Lan­guages (no ECTS)
    French and pos­si­bly others.

    SF1 — Tech­no­log­i­cal inno­va­tion and knowl­edge in the dig­i­tal era
    Tech­no­log­i­cal change and dig­i­tal tran­si­tion: a trans­dis­ci­pli­nary perspectives3Col­lec­tive course by researchers of COSTECH labS3EN
    Eco­nom­ics of education3David Flach­er, Hugo Harari-KermadecS3EN
    SF2 — Finan­cial strate­gies and labour poli­cies in a glob­alised world 
    Finan­cial­i­sa­tion of the non-finan­cial corporation3Tris­tan AuvrayS3EN
    Cor­po­rate gov­er­nance and labour3Antoine Rebéri­ouxS3EN
    SF3 — Sus­tain­able devel­op­ment and cit­i­zen-dri­ven innovation 
    Social and sol­i­dar­i­ty econ­o­my in perspective3Jean-Louis Lav­illeS3FR
    Social econ­o­my, com­mons and social innovation3Thomas Lamarche and Corinne VercherS3FR
    SF4 — Social pro­tec­tion in finan­cialised and glob­alised contexts
    Social pro­tec­tion: the­o­ret­i­cal foun­da­tions and com­par­a­tive perspective3Coor­di­nat­ed by Nathalie CoutinetS3EN
    Phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal patents, TRIPS and pub­lic health3Nathalie Cou­tinetS3EN
    SF5 — Applied socio-economics
    Altru­ism, gift and sym­bol­ic exchange / Soci­ol­o­gy of non-mar­ket goods3Philippe Stein­erS3EN
    Soci­ol­o­gy of temporalities3Pierre-Marie Chau­vinS3FR

    Semes­ter 4 aims to enhance and apply learn­ing out­comes. Depend­ing on their Master’s the­sis project and career per­spec­tives, stu­dents will:

    They will also choose between:

    • Writ­ing the Master’s the­sis in a “research lab envi­ron­ment”;
    • Writ­ing the Master’s the­sis in the con­text of a “pro­fes­sion­al internship”.

    Stu­dents will be inte­grat­ed into the rel­e­vant research lab (with access to sem­i­nars and research meet­ings, data­bas­es, library and com­put­ing resources). Dur­ing Seemester 4, they will

    • work on their Master’s the­sis in the cho­sen insti­tu­tion (Feb­ru­ary-June);
    • take one course (see lists below) or fol­low local research sem­i­nars (equiv­a­lent to 3 ECTS). This activ­i­ty aims (i) to favour their induc­tion in the host­ing insti­tu­tion and/or (ii) to help with their Master’s the­sis (method­ol­o­gy, spe­cif­ic advanced cours­es…). Note: If a stu­dent choose an addi­tion­al course which is giv­en dur­ing Semes­ter 3, he/she does not have any­more oblig­a­tions to take an addi­tion­al course dur­ing Semes­ter 4.

    In con­struc­tion.…

    The intern­ship may be spent at one of the non-aca­d­e­m­ic asso­ci­at­ed part­ner or at any rel­e­vant insti­tu­tion pro­vid­ed that the inter­ship is direct­ly relat­ed to the top­ic of the Master’s the­sis, so that the time spent can be used as field­work in prepa­ra­tion for the dis­ser­ta­tion. It should be not­ed that the require­ments are the same for a the­sis done in a con­text of a pro­fes­sion­al inter­ship and a research lab envi­ron­ment. Note also that the stu­dents will­ing to do a pro­fes­sion­al intern­ship have to find the posi­tion. The intern­ship can last 4 to 6 months. 

    Please note that the giv­en details are sub­ject to evo­lu­tions and changes.

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