Teaching at the Institut d´Études Politiques in Paris (SciencesPo)

Last updated 13 September, 2011
Academic year 2010/2011
International Development with Joaquim Oliveira Martins and William Tompson, IEP

Academic year 2009/2010
International Development with Joaquim Oliveira Martins and William Tompson, joint degree with LSE

Academic year 2008/2009
Gouvernance du Développement International with Joaquim Oliveira Martins and William Tompson in Master de Recherche
International Development with Joaquim Oliveira Martins and William Tompson, EPP (and joint degree with LSE)

Academic year 2007/2008
Boite a outils de l'economiste
Gouvernance du Développement International with Joaquim Oliveira Martins and William Tompson in Master de Recherche

Academic year 2006/2007
Boite a outils de l'economiste
Gouvernance du Développement International frwith Joaquim Oliveira Martins in Master de Recherche

Academic year 2005/2006
Boite a outils de l'economiste
Gouvernance du Développement International frwith Joaquim Oliveira Martins in Master de Recherche

Academic year 2004/2005
Governance of International Developmentfr with Joaquim Oliveira Martins in Master de Recherche

Academic year 2003/2004
Foundations of economic policy and globalisationfr for Spring
International Development for Fall.

Academic year 2002/2003
International Development
On 26 February began the second half of the  graduate course on
International Development: Theory and Policy with Angel Calderon-Madrid, from Colegio de Mexico, who spent the academic year 2002/03 at the OECD Development Centre (and was expected to return in 2003/04 ). The material is avaliable on the Science-Po website.
The first part of the course started on 9 October and material is available on the
SciencesPo website, together with outlines of the classes, midtermexam and its answers.
Some  material for dev1 also available here:
Updated syllabus
Class 1
Class 4
Midterm exam
Answers to midterm exam

Foundations of economic policy and globalisation
On 21 February I started giving Jean-Paul Fitoussi's course and divided it into three parts, long run, short run and world, the middle one taking six classes out of fourteen and the other two four each. The preliminary order of the classes is:
I Introduction; History; Growth; Innovation
II IS; LM; BP; Euro; Structure; Labour
III Development and Transition; Monterrey, NEPAD; Conclusion
The material is avaliable on the Science-Po website. The description of the course is
here. The updated plan is here.

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