ICM140-Interdisciplinary Insights for Regulators

Module Provider: ICMA Centre
Number of credits: 10 [5 ECTS credits]
Level:7
Terms in which taught: Spring term module
Pre-requisites:
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Module version for: 2017/8

Module Convenor: Dr Tim Sellick

Email: tim.sellick@henley.ac.uk

Summary module description:

This module is intended to encourage thought leadership and to develop the ability to critically approach regulatory problems using different lenses and perspectives by exploring insights from other disciplines that can be applied to financial regulation.


Aims:
This module is intended to encourage thought leadership and to develop students’ ability to willingly and critically approach regulatory problems using different lenses and perspectives.

Assessable learning outcomes:

Additional outcomes:

Outline content:

This module exposes students to insights from other disciplines that can be applied to the regulation of finance. Topics within this module will build on the University of Reading’s and invited scholars’ wider subject matter expertise in a range of specialist areas that are of interest to regulators such as history, informatics, psychology, sociology, politics, international relations, law and human biology.



Learning outcomes: this module will develop students' ability to:




  • review an interdisciplinary range of topics

  • critically reflect on how these topics may inform current and future practices

  • evaluate how current and future practices could adapt to enhance your role


Brief description of teaching and learning methods:

Contact hours:
  Autumn Spring Summer
Guided independent study 100
       
Total hours by term 100.00
       
Total hours for module 100.00

Summative Assessment Methods:
Method Percentage
Written assignment including essay 100

Other information on summative assessment:

Formative assessment methods:
Henley weekend as per programme specification.

Penalties for late submission:

In accordance with university policy.
Penalties for late submission on this module are in accordance with the University policy. Please refer to page 5 of the Postgraduate Guide to Assessment for further information: http://www.reading.ac.uk/internal/exams/student/exa-guidePG.aspx

Length of examination:

Requirements for a pass:
50% weighted average mark.

Reassessment arrangements:
By written assessment only, as part of the overall examination arrangements for the MSc programme.

Additional Costs (specified where applicable):

Last updated: 31 March 2017

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