- Local economy : the challenge and opportunities of localizing production close to consumption
- Economy of the commons : Challenges and opportunities of the sharing economy
- Functional Economy : From an ownership model to an usage model
- Circular Economy : Perspectives and constraints
- Bio-mimetic Economy : life as a model for the implementation of a regenerative economy
- The new managerial and organizational models that lead to the implementation of a regenerative economy.
At the end of this course, the student will be able to :
- Act as a socially responsible actor(item 1.1,1.2 et 1.3)
- Innovate and create( item 4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4)
- Act in an international and multicultural context
The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
Written paper and oral exam
The course has been developped according the flipped classroom principles: with creation of videos presenting certain theretical contents and their concrete implementation in the course using collective intelligence tools (Worldcafe, Open Forum , Pro action café).
Several well known experts will interven in classes (Raphael Souchier, Michel Bauwens, Damien Dallemagne et Gauthier Chapelle) or through vidéo (Frédéric Laloux et John B. Fullerton)
Use of business cases and business games
This course will train students to the specificities of a new economic model that allows the combination of economy, ecology and meaning, while integrating the technological and sociological changes of this new century.
- Slides, vidéos
- Frédéric Laloux, Reinventing organzations
- Amid Sundararajan, The sharing economy, The MIT Press, 2016