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MDI 6 weeks in Paris, Sciences Po 10th May to June 16th 2011 8 sessions and 8 seminars 16th March

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Contact: Marie-Hélène Weber-Goubin mariehelene.webergoubin@sciences-po.fr

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3 & 4 Module 5 & 6 Module 7 Module 8 with 8 seminars Report General Point and work defense Conclusion 2 .SUMMARY General Introduction Lectures. work group and assessment Programme 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 8 10 10 Module 1 Module 2.

. the guarantor of local and regional democracy in Europe Module 7: The European Court of Human Rights Moudle 8 : Specialized Seminars Seminars: Lobbying. Local authorities. Provide specific knowledge about EU systems. This International Program is composed by 8 different modules and 8 seminars in order to provide an overview of the European Institutions.The Management Development Institute of Gurgaon At Sciences Po Introduction The program is a cooperative academic agreement between MDI and the Executive Education of Sciences Po. the UNESCO. 3 . the UNIDO. the OECD anti-corruption Convention. Visits held of French institutions and European institutions. in order to grasp ideas and elements that could be discussed in a benchmark approach Major components Module 1: The European Union integration and the Decision-Making Institutions Module 2: Specific EU policies and their Impacts on National Policies. work group methodology and monitoring. It will start by the 10th May 2011 and will finish by the 16th June 2011. Telecom regulation. Goal of the Program: · · Provide participants with the largest overview of the French and the European examples of policy-making organisations and processes. . final assessment. Module 3: The European Public Finance Framework Module 4: Institutions and policy-making in France Module 5: P P P Governance and Reform Module 6: The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities.

By the end 5th week. A mentor will be dedicated to each group. Working week During the programme. Specific tools In order to give the best way of working. participants should specifically develop the work group and the first draft of the report. a specific webpage will be dedicated to MDI students.Lecture sessions and General Schedule The program has been based on 3 up to 4 days of lecturing per week. and methodology of the report and work group. Each group will present its report at the final plenary session within 20 minutes and will answer to questions for 15 minutes. Each lecturer will provide his own focus on the topic in order to open discussion and to develop interactive sessions. Work group Two days per week (except for the 3rd week) will be left for the work group. defence of the oral defence and 50 % of the written report and 20% of individual presence and participation to the defence. The organisation of the program will give participants enough time to work on the selected topics. This draft will be sent to the mentor as a draft for the final evaluation that should be approved. some days will be left free for other activities and for the work group. A dry-run will help participants prepare for the final plenary session. each group will write a draft (5 pages): a full summary of the future report with an introduction to topic. Each group should write a report that will be assessed by Sciences Po and MDI. During this free time. a bibliography. The participants will be divided in five groups. Each day participants will sign the presence application morning and afternoon. Final evaluation The Final evaluation will be an average of 30% of the quality of presentation. Participants will send the report PPT form and word report to his mentor by the 10th June before all presentations. Tutoring sessions will be organised in order to launch and supervise the work group and will help participants prepare for the final plenary session. retained focus. for elaborating and working on the final report that participants will defend as final evaluation. Visits in French Institutions will be proposed however submitted to modification due to constraints of Ministers or National Assembly. the group presentation during the final plenary session. Each participant will get an individual certificate if passing the oral defence with success 4 . Sessions are including ‘magisterial’ lectures and case studies. 5 groups will be defined and each group will be follow up by a mentor. in order to give the best pedagogic method and knowledge. Participants will have free access to WIFI and to Sciences Po library in order to conduct research and works Grading The grading system is based upon the work group and presence: it takes into account their research. sources and data. They will have access with a login and password to the webpage where they will find reading materials and information. Academic lectures will be kept to a maximum of 4 or 5 hours per day in order optimize knowledge. A Certificate from Sciences Po will be delivered on the basis of the presence active participation of all students. In the meantime. time for visits. the groups will take an appointment to meet their mentor (for an hour).

benchmarking. Director of Programme 9:30 to 1:30 The European Parliament (EP) and the European integration Jean-Louis BURBAN. May 10th 9 am : Introduction by Marie-Hélène Weber-Goubin. Jean-Noël BALEO. inter-governmental cooperation). 11 & 12 May The session 1 focuses on the process of European integration. on the institutional workings of the European Union and the different modes of policy-making in this system of multi-level governance (legally binding rules. Director of international affairs. Lecturer at Sciences Po Free 13th May May 16th 3pm The role and governance of Regional Authority at the Région Ile de France. Paris 5 . We start with an overview of the history of European integration and the current challenges that face its very diverse member states. Deputy to the Head of the European Commission delegation to France May 12th 9:30 to 1:30 François BRIATTE. Région Ile de France.PROGRAMME 1) 8 Modules Module 1 The European Union integration and the Decision-Making Institutions 10. Former Director of the EP Delegation to France May 11th 10:00 to 11:30 The role of the European Commission Renaud Soufflot de Magny.

CFO. and understand the way they are dealt with at both supra-national and national levels. Lecturer at Sciences Po This session addresses the core stakes of the major EU policies and the role devoted to EU Member States in these policies. while a visit to the French Assemblée Nationale and/or Sénat and 6 .Free 17th May Module 2 Specific EU policies and their Impacts on National Policies. May 18th 9:30 to 13:30 François BRIATTE. Centre National d’Etudes Spatial Public Finance is at the heart of the rapid development of the European Union. Each policy will be considered from a case study approach. identify with a lecturer the stakes at hand. Free 19th May 20th May 9 to 11:30 1st session of methodology with Jean-Christophe VIDAL and MHWG Module 3 The European Public Finance Framework May 20th 2:00 to 5:30pm Laurent GERMAIN. May 23rd & 24th This session will first focus on the French Institutions and local authorities with a comprehensive analysis of their role and power. These changes are not only linked to the creation of the single Euro currency but also to the fact that budgetary governance remains at a national level even within the Euro-Zone. Its structure has however changed significantly over the past 50 years. Students will be asked to study the policies in groups. Module 4 Institutions and policy-making in France .

institutions. The main topics of this first session would be: History and institutional evolutions of the public authorities in France . Advisor at a administrative court The new context of regionalization and globalization. François BRIATTE. Lecturer at Sciences Po Module 5 P P P Governance and Reform May 25th 9:30 to 1:30 pm Matthieu QUYOLLET. Inspector of Finance. as well as the growing interconnectedness of public and private action places increasing pressures for change in the organization and the functioning of the public sector. Administrator at the Council of Europe 7 . Module 6 26th May The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities. principles of devolution and terms. at the Council of Europe Olivier TERRIEN. Public institutions: the Parliament. The organisational context : legal frameworks. French Ministry of Finance May 24th 9:30 to 1:30pm French Politics and the French Vth Republic.discussion with an administrator of this institution will supplement the lectures in order to offer better understanding of their reality. the government. Central administration and local authorities: historic perspectives. the guarantor of local and regional democracy in Europe. Pierre LEPETIT . May 23rd 2pm to 6pm. The traditional policy-instruments of the public action. networks.

Night in Strasbourg at European Youth Center Module 7 The European Court of Human Rights 27th May 9am to 1pm Visit and discussion at the CEDH European Court of Human Rights. André-Luc Molinier. Director of Legal Affairs. and Influence. Director of Public affairs at the MEDEF ( French Federation of Industry) and Marie-Hélène WeberGoubin Seminar 2 May 31st 10am to 1pm on European Regulation in Telecom business Pascal DUTRU. Module 8 Specialized Seminars 2) Specialized Seminars (8 seminars) They aim at allowing participants work on strategic issues and to benchmark some ideas. The seminar one will approach the following issues: Seminar 1 May 30th 10am to 1pm Dealing with the State: Lobbying. Regulation. Bouygues Telecom Seminar 3 8 . Both theoretical and practical aspects will be delivered during these seminars.

OECD. Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs Free 7th June Seminar 5 Local authority 8 June Local authority Seminar 6 ONUDI 9 June 9:30 am to 1pm Jean-Claude PLANA. Alain Lamassoure. director of ONUDI in Paris Seminar 7 UNESCO June 9th 3:30 to 5:30 the UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) Indrajit Banerjee. Director. Former French Minister. Communications Officer / Editor Anti-Corruption Division. UNESCO 9 .June 1st 11 h 30 Meeting with a Member of the EP. Information Society Division. former French Minister and member of the EP June 2nd to 5th June WEEK END OF THE ASCENSION (French bank holiday) Seminar 4 OECD 6 June on Anti-Bribary Convention Mary CRANE.

Jean-Christophe VIDAL and Marie-Hélène Weber-Goubin June 16th morning working group defense /jury deliberation afternoon conclusion and cocktail with Ms KUMAR Indian Embassy 10 . 2 to 5pm Report General point.June 10th 9 to 11:30 2nd session of methodology with Jean-Christophe VIDAL and Marie-Hélène Weber-Goubin Seminar 8 visit Assemblée Nationale June 15th.