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1 MIBEC Workshop Presentazione dei moduli didattici Claudio Bogliotti Bari, February 18, 2008 – February 22, 2008 May 12, 2008 – June 20, 2008

2 MIBEC Master on INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC COOPERATION MODULES -Modulo introduttivo: Linguaggio, inquadramento e politiche -Dimensioni e strategie nazionali, europee ed internazionali per sviluppo sostenibile e corporate business (o corporate development) -Sostenibilità e governance: passwords per pianificazione e programmazione territoriale -La pratica della progettazione per sviluppo sostenibile e corporate business -EU projects planning and evaluation

3 Method and material Lectures: Lectures are intended to describe, explain and illustrate key processes and trends, and to introduce relevant theoretical concepts, empirical debates and policy issues. Traditional presentations and Video presentations: lectures supported by research and video presentations introducing case studies. Reading: for the understanding of the key concepts, the course will provide scientific papers, reports and institutional documents. Working groups: to extract and apply the knowledge given in the lecture sessions, students will be involved in working groups.

4 Modulo introduttivo: Linguaggio, inquadramento e politiche Frontal lecture: 14 hours – Teacher: Dott. Giorgio Costantino OBJECTIVES To provide a common basic knowledge of the European Union as the major political and normative driver for innovation and sustainability. The module briefly introduces the European integration process, the institutional triangle, leading towards a practical perspective on the European governance introducing as well the representation of interest & lobbying system. The Lisbon Strategy and the Sustainable Development strategy are contextualized and explained in their development. EU Policies are presented starting from the financial perspectives and budget analysis.

5 MODULE PROGRAMME 1st day An attempt to define the EU and the EC (2h) Outlines of the European integration process and ENP (2h) European Governance and representation of interest & lobbying in the EU (2h) 2nd day Introduction to sustainability concepts (2h) Lisbon Strategy and The Sustainable Development Strategy: a critical overview (6h) 3rd day Information retrieval (2h) The EU key programmes under the Financial Framework headings (4h) Modulo introduttivo: Linguaggio, inquadramento e politiche Frontal lecture: 14 hours – Lecturer: Dott. Giorgio Costantino

6 Selected references 1.Presidency Conclusion Lisbon Euopean Council 22 and 23 March Presidency Conclusion Goteborg Euopean Council 15 and 16 June European Commission Brussels, COM(2001) 428 final European Governance – A White Paper. 4.Facing the challenge The Lisbon strategy for growth and employment Report from the High Level Group chaired by Wim Kok November Commission of the European Communities, Working together for growth and jobs – A new start of the Lisbon Process – SEC, 2005, 192/ Council of the European Union Review of the EU Sustainable Development Strategy (EU SDS) Renewed Strategy Brussels, 10117/06, 9 June The European Union and Sustainable Development Vrije Universiteit Brussel VUBPress European Commission, The 7th RTD Framework Programme, 9.Serageldin, I., Sustainability and the Wealth of Nations, First Steps in an Ongoing Journey, World Bank, Washington, DC, Funtowicz, S., Ravets, J., OConnors, M., Challenges in the use of science for sustainable development, Int. J. Sustain. Dev. 1, Valentin, A., Spangenberg, J.H., A guide to community sustainability indicators. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 20 (2000) World Commission on Environment and Development, Our Common Future. Oxford University Press, London, J.H. Spangenberg, S. Pfahl, K. Deller, Towards indicators for institutional sustainability: lessons from an analysis of Agenda 21, Ecological Indicators, 2 (2002)

7 Dimensioni e strategie nazionali, europee ed internazionali per sviluppo sostenibile e corporate business (corporate development) Frontal lecture: 24 hours – Different lecturers: not yet identified OBJECTIVES To explore the concept of corporate sustainability from the regulatory, organizational and communication points of view. Some relevant experiences are presented in case studies. To deepen the role of Corporate Social Responsibiity as catalyst for sustainable behaviours

8 Dimensioni e strategie nazionali, europee ed internazionali per sviluppo sostenibile e corporate business (o corporate development) Frontal lecture: 24 hours MODULE PROGRAMME 1st day The communication issue: sustainable communication (6h) 2nd day Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices in large enterprises and SMEs (6h) 3rd day The European approach to CSR (6h) 4th day Environmental and Social accountability in local develpment (6h)

9 Selected references 1.COM(2006) 136 final Implementing the partnership for growth and jobs: Making Europe a pole of excellence on corporale social responsibility 2.COM(2002) 347 Responsabilità sociale delle imprese: un contributo delle imprese allo sviluppo sostenibile 3.COM(2001)264 definitivo COMUNICAZIONE DELLA COMMISSIONE Sviluppo sostenibile in Europa per un mondo migliore: strategia dell'Unione europea per lo sviluppo sostenibile 4.Green Paper Promoting a European framework for corporate social responsibility DG. Employment 5.Global reporting initiative: G3 GuidelinesCOM(2006) 136 final Implementing the partnership for growth and jobs: Making Europe a pole of excellence on corporale social responsibility 6.COM(2002) 347 Responsabilità sociale delle imprese: un contributo delle imprese allo sviluppo sostenibile 7.COM(2001)264 definitivo COMUNICAZIONE DELLA COMMISSIONE Sviluppo sostenibile in Europa per un mondo migliore: strategia dell'Unione europea per lo sviluppo sostenibile 8.Green Paper Promoting a European framework for corporate social responsibility DG. Employment 9.Global reporting initiative: G3 GuidelinesCOM(2006) 136 final Implementing the partnership for growth and jobs: Making Europe a pole of excellence on corporale social responsibility 10.COM(2002) 347 Responsabilità sociale delle imprese: un contributo delle imprese allo sviluppo sostenibile 11.COM(2001)264 definitivo COMUNICAZIONE DELLA COMMISSIONE Sviluppo sostenibile in Europa per un mondo migliore: strategia dell'Unione europea per lo sviluppo sostenibile 12.Green Paper Promoting a European framework for corporate social responsibility DG. Employment 13.Global reporting initiative: G3 Guidelines

10 OBJECTIVES The module aims to blend theory and practice to promote a rounded understanding of governance: –the module aims to provide the theoretical framework necessary to comprehend the paradigm from government to governance –the module illustrates the new EU and UN governance models –it presents some case studies in order to identify problems and conflicts of interest in the new processes of governing: New institutions partnerships New processes and instruments new regional and local development planning Sostenibilità e governance: passwords per pianificazione e programmazione territoriale Frontal lecture: 16 hours – Lecturer: Dott. Giaime Berti

11 Sostenibilità e governance: passwords per pianificazione e programmazione territoriale Frontal lecture: 16 hours MODULE PROGRAMME 1st day ( 6 hours): Lecture: Governance theories Readings 2nd day ( 6 hours): Lecture: EU and UN governance model Readings 3rd day ( 6 hours): Workshops 4th day ( 6 hours): Lecture and video presentations: Governance practices Workshops 5th day (6 hours): Lecture: Laboratories for regional and local sustainable development (4 hours) Final written examination

12 Selected references 1.Castells M., The Power of Identity, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, Vol. II. Cambridge, MA; Oxford, UK, Blackwell, (Castells M., Il Potere delle identità, UBE, Milano, 2003 a.). 2.Goodwin M., Painter J. Local governance, the crises of Fordism and the changing geographies of regulation, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Jessop B., The regulation approach, governance and post-Fordism: alternative perspectives on economic and political change?, Economy and Society, Vol. 24, N.3, Hall J.S., Reconsidering the Connection between Capacity and Governance, Public Organization Review: A Global Journal 2, Marinetto M., Governing beyond the Centre: A Critique of the Anglo-Governance School, Political Studies, Vol. 51, N. 3, Rhodes R., The New Governance: Governing without Government, Political Studies, Vol. 44, Stoker G., Governance as theory: five propositions, International Social Science Journal, Vol. 50, Issue 155, Special Issue on Governance, International Social Science Journal, Vol. 50, Marsh D., Smith M., Understanding Policy Networks: towards a Dialectical Approach, Political Studies, Vol 48, Ansell C., The Networked Polity: Regional Development in Western Europe, Governance: An Institutional Journal of Policy and Administration; Vol. 13, Issue 3, 2000; 11.Börzel T., What's So Special About Policy Networks? – An Exploration of the Concept and Its Usefulness in Studying European Governance, European Integration online Papers (EIoP), Vol. 1 N° 16, Presidency Conclusion Lisbon European Council 22 and 23 March Facing the challenge The Lisbon strategy for growth and employment Report from the High Level Group chaired by Wim Kok November Commission of the European Communities, Working together for growth and jobs – A new start of the Lisbon Process – SEC, 2005, 192/ UNDP, Governance for sustainable human development. A UNDP policy document, United Nations Development Programme, January Torres Diana P., United Nations Development Programme, NHDR Unit, Human Development Report 17.Office Governance and Human Development. A Brief Thematic Review of NHDRs. Examining Governance Issues, Draft for Discussion, Beirut, Lebanon, June 25-27, UNDP, Management Development and Governance Division, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support, Reconceptualising Governance. Discussion paper 2, New York, January 1997

13 La pratica della progettazione per sviluppo sostenibile e corporate business Frontal lecture: 48 hours – Lecturer: Dott. Claudio Bogliotti OBJECTIVES Building expertise in sustainable design (project, planning, coorporate business). -Learning the principles of sustainable development and the operational criteria -Project Cycle management and the logical framework approach are presented as tools for sustainable project design. Using the logical framework approach, during the laboratory hours, the student divided in groups will simulate the development of a participatory deliberated project. -Such a work will be taken up as material in the following module for the simulation of project writing using EC format and for project work during stage

14 MODULE PROGRAMME 1st week 1st, 2nd and 3rd day An outline of Sustainable Development: integrating sustainabiity, governance and ethics in development and corporate business (12h) 4th day Introduction to Project Cycle Management – PCM (4h) 2nd week 1st day PCM and Integration of Sustainability in the Project Cycle Mangement. (8h) 2nd, 3rd, 4th day Sustainable project/planning design: building a sustainable logical framework and translation into the project logics (case study: Framework Programme RTD) La pratica della progettazione per sviluppo sostenibile e corporate business Frontal lecture: 48 hours – Teacher: Dott. Claudio Bogliotti

15 Selected references 1.Serageldin, I., Sustainability and the Wealth of Nations, First Steps in an Ongoing Journey, World Bank, Washington, DC, Funtowicz, S., Ravets, J., OConnors, M., Challenges in the use of science for sustainable development, Int. J. Sustain. Dev. 1, Rosner, W.J., Mental models for sustainability. Journal of Cleaner Prod. 3, pp , Valentin, A., Spangenberg, J.H., A guide to community sustainability indicators. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 20 (2000) Rodhes, R.A.W., The New Governance: Governing without Government, Political Studies, XLIV (1996) Bogliotti C., Spangenberg J.H., A conceptual device for framing sustainability in project development and evaluation. WIT Transactions on Ecology and Environment, Vol. 34, pp. 347 – 357, WIT Press ISSN World Commission on Environment and Development, Our Common Future. Oxford University Press, London, Sampford, C., Environmental governance for biodiversity, Environmental Science & Policy, 5, pp.79-90, De Paula,G.O., Cavalcanti, R.N., Ethics: essence for sustainability, Journal of Cleaner Production, 8, , Robinson, J., Squaring the circle ? Some thoughts on the idea of sustainable development, Ecological Economics, 48, , T. Meppen, R. & Gill, Planning for sustainability as a learning concept, Ecological Economics, 26, pp , 1998). 12.Spangenberg, J.H., Omann, I., Hinterberger, F., Minimum benchmarks and scenarios for employment and the environment, Ecological Economics, 42 pp , J.H. Spangenberg, S. Pfahl, K. Deller, Towards indicators for institutional sustainability: lessons from an analysis of Agenda 21, Ecological Indicators, 2 (2002) Spangenberg, J.H., Environmental space and the prism of sustainability: frameworks for indicators measuring sustainable development, Ecological Indicators, 2, pp , The Project Cycle Management. Paper of the European Commission.

16 EU projects planning and evaluation Frontal lecture: 60 hours – Teacher: Ing. Carlo Polidori MODULE AIMS To deepen the basic knowledge about EU financed programmes and how to prepare, submit and managing a project within an International Consortium; due to the high level requested in the EU projects, the above knowledge will be useful to the students in approaching every kind of project

17 EU projects planning and evaluation Frontal lecture: 60 hours – Teacher: Ing. Carlo Polidori MODULE PROGRAMME 1st day General Introduction to the EU institutions and to the EU financed programmes (6hours) 2nd day EU programmes: call selection criteria (6hours) 3rd day How to write a EU project proposal: Partner search and Consortium Composition (6hours) 4th day The project evaluation criteria and the external experts (6hours) 5th day Project budgeting and Project management in the EU Programmes (6hours) 6th day Cost statement and project reporting in the EU projects (6hours) 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th day Simulation of a project writing (groups of 4 students) (24hours)

18 Selected references –LIFE-NATURE: A STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO PREPARING A PROJECT PROPOSAL –EUROPEAN COMMISSION - DG ENV LIFE UNIT update June 2004 –7th Framework Programme: GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS, COOPERATION, Theme 5: ENERGY, Theme 7: TRANSPORT (including AERONAUTIC) –LIFE – Environment, PREPARATORY PROJECTS: APPLICATION GUIDE, 2006


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