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.
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.