Institut d'Etude du Développement Economique et Social, Université Paris 1 (IEDES) The development of the southern countries and the effects of globalization in the world, particularly in their economic and social components, are more than ever a major issue, both academically and politically. The various crises – social, environmental, food, economic and financial – that cross the global economy underscore the need for developing countries to have strong economic, social and institutional foundations to overcome these instabilities over the long term. It is not only a question of managing difficult circumstances, but also of placing oneself in a long-term horizon in order to avoid recurring crises that are severely penalizing for development.
There is indeed a specific subject that concerns the question of change in all societies, in those of the so-called developed countries as well as those of the so-called developing or emerging countries, and a family of trades particularly dedicated to this subject: International organizations, bilateral cooperation frameworks, consultancy firms, consultants, heads of non-governmental organizations, etc. This subject is also a field of reflection and research whose problems are renewed in the research institutions of the North and even more of the South.
The master's degree proposed by the IEDES is aimed at a wide range of audiences: French students first, European and third country nationals then, in initial or continuing education for the most part, but also professionals Having already acquired experience in the field of development and wishing to obtain a complementary qualification of university dimension.
Master in Development Studies – Human and Social Sciences:
3 adapted professional courses:
- Social and economic development: work, training, health
- Local development: actors, mobilizations and territories
- Crises: emergency response and development actions
Institut d’études du développement de la Sorbonne, Université Paris 1 (IEDES), France