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DDRO 1825A - European Law and Energy Policies

Type d'enseignement : Elective

Semester : Spring 2017-2018

Number of hours : 24

Language of tuition : English



Course Description

The objective of the course is first and foremost to make students understand the reality of the energy sector and the rationales of public policies that apply to it. In this respect, the European experience is an interesting example because Europe has successively sought to be a pioneer in liberalizing the energy sector, decarbonizing it and building policies at relevant regional levels. At the end of the course, students should understand how a sectoral public policy is built at international, national and local level, while taking into account the concerns of stakeholders (businesses, consumers, NGOs, associations). Students will be assigned a grade during class on different case studies during which they will alternately defend the vision of the European Union, the Member States or the stakeholders. The courses will be taught by two teachers who will endeavor to make it as lively and concrete as possible.


  • MILEWSKI, Veronika (Responsable de Pôle, direction des Affaires Européennes)
  • MITJAVILE, Nicolas (.)

Course validation

The assessment consists of two contributions in the form of debates, presentations or others during class and a final examination grade that includes MCQs and a synthesis question.