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Économie et gestion

Au cours de la 3ème année, tous les élèves ingénieurs participent à une « formation – action » sur la gestion de projet et le management par projet (en savoir plus). Les élèves de la filière architecture navale suivent une formation spéciale.

Certains élèves peuvent aussi choisir le module « Information, Décision, Organisation et Management » pour approfondir les problématiques de l’information, de la décision et du management. Ce module comprend les cours suivants :

Ces enseignements sont destinés à fournir des savoirs et surtout à développer l’aptitude à gérer un projet, i.e. des ressources, à travailler et décider en équipe et au sein d’organisations complexes.

Il est aussi possible de choisir le module « Économie de l’environnement » pour acquérir les notions fondamentales de sciences économiques nécessaires à la compréhension de la problématique environnementale. Ce module comprend les cours suivants :

Il est également proposé aux élèves d’acquérir quelques connaissances complémentaires en choisissant en fonction de leurs projets professionnels un enseignement parmi les suivants :

Les cours d'économie et gestion de troisième année

List of courses:

Course NameECTS
Human Resource Management and Intercultural Management1
Management, economic decision and negotiation1
Game of simulated inputs-outputs economics1
Environmental and Energy Economics 21
Mobility Economics1
Digital economics1
Maritime Law and economics1
Maritime engineering project management1

Courses details:

Human Resource Management and Intercultural Management - EA301

Raise awareness about the management of people in the professional context :

. Discover the main components of Human resource Management and the current trends in the field

. Focus on some key stages in the management of Human Ressources: bilateral talks, the dynamics of individuals and teams, change management

. Recognize the different management and leadership styles, and discover the main current trends in this field in a rapidly changing environment

. Understand the impact of cultural differences in business : sources of misunderstandings or opportunities

. Getting to know oneself, in preferences and behavior at work.

1 ECTS

Professor(s):

  • César LEAL
  • Agnès RIEY
  • Pascal PONTY
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- Ea310

ECTS

Professor(s):

  • René-Philippe TANCHOU
  • Jean-Louis BERAL
  • Satya-Lekh PROAG
  • Antoine GUILLOU
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Management, economic decision and negotiation - EA312

This seminar is based on the model SICI (Simulation of Economic Circuits), which is a simplified representation of a developed economy. The dynamics of this economy are entirely determined by the decisions taken by the participating teams, which are in charge of a specific economic sector ( construction, public works, machine production, industrial equipment, consumption goods, services, transports, agricultural products ) or social and economic sectors (workforce, shareholders, State, financial institutions)). The goal of the game is to achieve the best possible performance for the economy as a whole.

The first objective of this game, organized as a challenge involving students of the Masters in International Economics, « COSI » of Université Paris 1 is to understand the existing relations between micro-economic decisions ( setting prices, wages, output, consumption) and macroeconomic performances (growth rate, employment, etc). The second objective of this game is to develop the ability to converse, negotiate and develop decision making abilities.

The teams will consist of Paris 1 master in Economics students, and of 3rd year engineering students from ENSTA. Teams will have to manage firms representing four economic sectors, the State, financial institutions, labor unions, or employer unions. Each team will have to follow the rules of the game, which will be indicated at the beginning of the game. Each team will receive abacuses representing various production functions, specific to the sector they are supposed to represent; they will allow teams to set output levels, and their corresponding employment and investment levels. The same happens for financial institutions. The game intends to represent as accurately as possible the dynamics present in contemporary economies, media and communication play a very important role, and each team will be able to give press conferences broadcasted on tv, publish articles in newspapers… The teachers, playing the role of journalists or experts will provide their feedback and analysis on the performances of the economy. Small rooms (S 45 or S43) will be used as TV studios, and various team conferences will be broadcasted on the large room (S44). Rooms S43 and S45 will be used by the various teams of the two economies in order to prepare their work.

1 ECTS

Professor(s):

  • Richard LE GOFF
  • Roland LANTNER
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Game of simulated inputs-outputs economics - EA312B

This seminar is based on the model SICI (Simulation of Economic Circuits), which is a simplified representation of a developed economy. The dynamics of this economy are entirely determined by the decisions taken by the participating teams, which are in charge of a specific economic sector ( construction, public works, machine production, industrial equipment, consumption goods, services, transports, agricultural products ) or social and economic sectors (workforce, shareholders, State, financial institutions)). The goal of the game is to achieve the best possible performance for the economy as a whole.

The first objective of this game, organized as a challenge involving students of the Masters in International Economics, « COSI » of Université Paris 1 is to understand the existing relations between micro-economic decisions ( setting prices, wages, output, consumption) and macroeconomic performances (growth rate, employment, etc). The second objective of this game is to develop the ability to converse, negotiate and develop decision making abilities.

The teams will consist of Paris 1 master in Economics students, and of 3rd year engineering students from ENSTA. Teams will have to manage firms representing four economic sectors, the State, financial institutions, labor unions, or employer unions. Each team will have to follow the rules of the game, which will be indicated at the beginning of the game. Each team will receive abacuses representing various production functions, specific to the sector they are supposed to represent; they will allow teams to set output levels, and their corresponding employment and investment levels. The same happens for financial institutions. The game intends to represent as accurately as possible the dynamics present in contemporary economies, media and communication play a very important role, and each team will be able to give press conferences broadcasted on tv, publish articles in newspapers… The teachers, playing the role of journalists or experts will provide their feedback and analysis on the performances of the economy. Small rooms (S 45 or S43) will be used as TV studios, and various team conferences will be broadcasted on the large room (S44). Rooms S43 and S45 will be used by the various teams of the two economies in order to prepare their work.

1 ECTS

Professor(s):

  • Richard LE GOFF
  • Roland LANTNER
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Environmental and Energy Economics 2 - EA314

This course continues and goes deeper into the analysis instruments presentation realized in the 2nd year course "Energy Economices -1". A focus will be done on the economic dynamics analysis (link between growth and environement, forecatsing methologies, uncertainty management) and the tools to model energy/economy/environment systems. Eventually, the fuel sector will be studied, as well as mobility issues and electric vehicules.

1 ECTS

Professor(s):

  • Etienne ESPAGNE
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Mobility Economics - EA318

Behind this title of the course, there are two different orientations:

- Electro-mobility, i.e. journeys performed thanks to an electric car. This include identifying the different types of electric vehicles (EV) and thinking about the implementation of electric car sharing solutions (such as Autolib' in Paris, Auto-Bleue in Nice, etc.).

- Cable transports. Again, we will reflect on the socio-techno-economic constraints of implementation of such systems.

The specificity of the course is its "systemic" and "territorialized" approach, applied to innovative techno-economic solutions of mobility. To do so, we will rely primarily on the tools developed in the literature of public and industrial economy.

To provide empirical content to this course and to ensure a good balance between theoretical and empirical dimensions, three of the five sessions will be led by professional speakers who will present illustrative cases.

1 ECTS

Professor(s):

  • Jonathan BAINEE
  • Shadi SADEGHIAN
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Digital economics - EA319

Digital economics.

1 ECTS

Professor(s):

  • Fabrice LEQUEUX
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Maritime Law and economics - EA325

This course is designed to give engineers of the future who might be entrusted with maritime related

operations (ship building, applied hydro-oceanography etc.) a grasp of the general concepts

relating to maritime issues. Given the extreme states of flux within the subject - developments

in this field are moving at a particularly rapid pace - and in spite of the fact that an annual update

of the written learning aid for the course (380 A4 pages) published by ENSTA (National Institute

for Advanced Technologies) resumes new developments as far as is possible, the main point of the

course is not to impart knowledge of maritime law, economy and strategy. It is rather

to encourage the engineers of the future to develop a critical analytic faculty allowing them to

make pertinent judgements on the main problems arising in maritime contexts. The course

learning aid is used merely as a point of reference.

Summary :

General points :

A short history of the ship and of the seaman

A short geography of the ocean

Maritime law :

Law of the sea, law of the ship, international trade law, law of the naval war

Economics of the sea :

Transport infrastructure : the shipping industry ; sealines and cables

Resources : biological : fishing industry, aquaculture ; mineral : sea mining and energy

Port and harbour facilities

Coastal economics : naval building, pleasure boating, tourism

Sea strategy :

Maritime strategy, naval strategy

Navy

Specific economics :

Maritime safety and security

Sea ecology : economics of pollutant prevention and collect ; biodiversity

Maritime research and development policy

1 ECTS

Professor(s):

  • Bernard DUJARDIN
  • Martine BONNY
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Maritime engineering project management - EA329

The first part of this course is a kind of introduction based on the commercial context leading a shipyard to draw up a given ship design project in response to a call for tender by a ship-owner. The main part of the course deals with the process and methodology that a naval architect must use to develop the pre-project and then a full merchant ship project.

It covers eight items making up the various phases of the project:

  • Pre-project and project
  • Space and volume specifications
  • Displacement and load and trim calculations
  • Main dimensioning and shape factors
  • Propulsion and electric power generation
  • Stability and trim checks
  • Shape selection
  • Overall project uniformity

The course also includes dimensioning and weight evaluation exercises for merchant vessels.

1 ECTS

Professor(s):

  • André SUZAN
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