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UE Sustainable Economics - WGUS8038

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 24.0
    • Tutorials : ?
    • Laboratory works : 24.0
    • Projects : ?
    • Internship : ?
    • Written tests : 3.0
    ECTS : 3.0

Goals

· Rationale for the introduction of the module :

Climate change became in important aspect of our life. Pollution stems mainly from production and supply chain management. The aim of this module is to study governments' regulation, firms’ behaviour when facing this regulation and voluntary actions undertaken by firms. We will analyze both theoretically and empirically the results of regulations. However the empirical approach will be privileged. Elements of green supply chain will be provided.

Educational aims:

Specific knowledge
This course aims to equip students with a knowledge and understanding of the way engineers world is impacted by economic policies and economics problems and ways to solve them, both theory and practice based. It further seeks to develop a range of skills for the critical use of that understanding.

General knowledge
By participating and engaging fully in this module, students should be better able to engage in abstract thinking by relating potentially unrelated issues and putting them into one big picture of complex systems. Student should be able to propose several alternatives of problem solving and decision-making. Students should be able to engage in critical thinking to enhance problem solving and decision-making skills. They should be able to plan and manage their time effectively in relation to deadlines whilst displaying individual initiative and enterprise. Students are expected to conduct individual and team work assignments and perform effectively in a group environment by demonstrating leadership and team-building qualities. Students should be capable of demonstrating a logical argument and be able to gather and analyze available data on public policy issues and evaluate alternative measures on the basis of objective reasoning. Students should be able to communicate and present complex arguments in oral and written form with clarity and succinctness.

Contact Oliwia KURTYKA

Content

I Externalities
II Methods of evaluation of environmental goods
III Environmental policy
IIIa Transportation policy
IIIb Environmental taxes
IIIc Pollution Permits
IV Corporate Social Responsibility
V Labels and consumer pressure
VI Circular economy
VII Elements of green logistics



Prerequisites

basic economics
for Erasmus students- good english required,entry test of at least 550

Tests

Semester 8 - The exam is given in english only 

Continuous assessments (CC) :
Essay writing (EW):

E1 = Final oral or written exam from the 1st exam period
E2 = Final oral or written exam from the 2nd exam period

N1 = Final mark from the 1st exam period
N2 = Final mark from the 2nd exam period



N1 = 40% (note CC)+60% E1

note septembre=1/3 (note CC)+2/3 E2
N2 = max(E1,E2), si note E2 non nulle, sinon N2=E2

Additional Information

Semester 8 - This course is given in english only EN

Curriculum->Master GI SIE program->Semester 8

Bibliography

McKinnon A. (ed),Green Logistics: Improving the Environmental Sustainability of Logistics, Kogan Page Ltd, 2012;

scientific papers

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Date of update June 5, 2018

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