Johannes Euler

Personal Profile

Focus

Johannes' research interests encompass the areas of Commons and Commoning, Degrowth, Democracy, Social Theories, Real Utopias, Social-Ecological Transformation, Water Management, Conflict Research and Philosophy of Science. Further competencies include mediation, moderation and process design, conference and workshop organization, and speaker activities.

Background

Johannes Euler (M.Sc.) is a doctoral student at the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Heidelberg and a research assistant at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities in Essen. In his doctoral thesis he deals with the question to what extent self-organization practices (commoning) can contribute to the constructive handling of conflicts in water management. He is also active at the Commons-Institute and teaches at the Alanus University in Alfter. Johannes studied economics and business administration (B.Sc.) in Utrecht (NL) and politics, economics and politics (M.Sc.) at the University of Hamburg.
Email: johannes.euler@zoe-institut.de

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