• During the course, students can be asked to perform in class exercises on the class’s major points. They may also be asked to provide a critical appraisal of a paper and to present it to the class.   
  • The final assessment should be prepared on the PowerPoint presentations and readings (such as academic papers) provided during the course. The final exam is written and is meant to verify the understanding and acquisition of critical thinking skills. It is based on questions over a technical dossier on better regulation (eg an inception impact assessment) to be answered in two hours. It is graded from 0 to 10.
  • Final mark: 60% final assessment; 20% in-class exercises; 20% paper presentation