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School of Human and Social Sciences and Cultural Heritage
SUSTAINABLE TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT
Course unit
SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES STRATEGIES IN GLOBALISATION
SFO2046026, A.A. 2018/19

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Information on the course unit
Degree course Second cycle degree in
SUSTAINABLE TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT - SVILUPPO TERRITORIALE SOSTENIBILE
IA2384, Degree course structure A.Y. 2017/18, A.Y. 2018/19
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Number of ECTS credits allocated 3.0
Type of assessment Mark
Course unit English denomination SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES STRATEGIES IN GLOBALISATION
Website of the academic structure https://www.dissgea.unipd.it/
Department of reference Department of Historical and Geographic Sciences and the Ancient World
Mandatory attendance No
Language of instruction French
Branch Univ. Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne
Single Course unit The Course unit CANNOT be attended under the option Single Course unit attendance
Optional Course unit The Course unit is available ONLY for students enrolled in SUSTAINABLE TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT - SVILUPPO TERRITORIALE SOSTENIBILE

Lecturers
No lecturer assigned to this course unit

ECTS: details
Type Scientific-Disciplinary Sector Credits allocated
Educational activities in elective or integrative disciplines SECS-P/06 Applied Economics 3.0

Course unit organization
Period First semester
Year 2nd Year
Teaching method frontal

Type of hours Credits Teaching
hours
Hours of
Individual study
Shifts
Lecture 3.0 21 54.0 No turn

Calendar
Start of activities 24/09/2018
End of activities 18/01/2019
Show course schedule 2018/19 Reg.2017 course timetable

Examination board
Examination board not defined

Syllabus
Examination methods: There is a wide range of assessment approaches. Such approaches concern formative as well as summative goals. This is in line with the targeted learning outcomes focusing on knowledge and insights, skills and application abilities and communication in a balanced way. The variety of assessment approaches is also due to the fact that courses are offered in combinations with different study programmes belonging to different Universities.

The first group of exams is written and they are usually written essays. This type of assessment allows for a more creative and research-oriented approach. When the essay reflects the students’ own research, s/he must show the ability to clearly formulate the research question(s), to organize and conduct a research, to apply proper methods, to be able to collect data in the field and to analyze those data.

Next, students need to be able to discuss the results and to place them within the broader scientific debate. Furthermore, the structure and the writing of the essay have to comply with proper and academic writing rules. In many cases process evaluation, peer assessment and/or a presentation are linked with the writing of the essay.

The second group of exams is implemented in oral ways. In this way, they can be individualized and are more interactive. Many courses have a policy of oral exams as standardized procedure (questions, presentation, peer/self-assessment). This allows students to express themselves in an active and dialogical way.

Oral exams are especially suited for testing understanding/insights and application of knowledge as they encourage students to produce clear communication and to manifest their personal attitudes. As for essays, an integrative oral assessment allows for a more creative and research-oriented approach.

Intermediate assessments are generally used in a formative way in order to provide students with timely feedback, while final assessments are used in a summative way. Peers assessment results can influence the final mark of an individual.
Course unit contents: The course focuses on the current main theoretical issues and challenges associated with sustainable territorial development.
Environmental, economic and societal challenges, as well as political and practical tools that can be used to contrast them, are presented.

Different spatial/institutional/administrative scales will be considered, from the global to the regional and local ones. Various case studies will be used to present more in detail the general concepts.

Students will understand how to analyze the different problems and needs as well as strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats that can affect the sustainable and local development of a defined context.

The course methodology combines lectures, seminars and discussion sessions with the purpose of equipping students with the theoretical and practical knowledge, as well as analytical skill allowing them to think critically and develop the capacity to analyze and effectively present their arguments.

Further details can be find contacting:

Dr. Davide Fortin
Responsable administrative EMM-STeDe
Université de Paris 1
UFR 02, Centre PMF
90 Rue de Tolbiac 75013 Paris
Tél: 01 44 07 86 22
Skype: davide.fortin
rastede@univ-paris1.fr
Textbooks (and optional supplementary readings)