Oxana Lopatina joined IPE in March and is working with Mladen Domazet. Her research project explores the association between debt as an instrument of capital accumulation and the environmental impact of countries of the EE semi-periphery.
Giacomo D’Alisa, IPE's 2017 Senior Research Fellow, is working on developing a paper investigating the conceptual relationship between degrowth and the state. He will give a lecture on this topic on December 12 at 19:00 at the Gallery Nova Showroom in
As co-organizer of the Budapest 2016 International Degrowth conference, IPE is happy to share the announcement of three degrowth events for 2018, in Malmö, Mexico City and Brussels.
Lilian Pungas represented IPE at the first interdisciplinary food conference in Latvia.
“Quiet Degrowth and Loud Rumblings – perspectives from the European Semiperiphery”: research seminar, Ljubljana
On Friday, 22.9. IPE's team - Giacomo D'Alisa, Lilian Pungas and Mladen Domazet - will participate in a research seminar entitled "Quiet Degrowth and Loud Rumblings – perspectives from the European Semiperiphery" at Ziferblat, Ljubljana. The seminar will take place in English, and here
On Thursday September 21 from 7 p.m., at Pritličje in Ljubljana, Giacomo D'Alisa, Lilian Pungas and Mladen Domazet are speaking at the "Degrowth: Beyond a Growth Society", moderated by Ajda Pistotnik. The discussion and lectures will be in English, and the entrace is
Dr Giacomo D'Alisa, an ecological economist and political ecologist, a post-doc fellow at the Centre for Social Studies at the University of Coimbra and co-founder of Research and Degrowth Barcelona and co-founder of Research and Degrowth Barcelona, is IPE’s 2017/18
The 12th conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE) took place in Budapest from the 20th until the 23rd of June. The IPE was represented by the research director Mladen Domazet, Branko Ančić, Marija Brajdić Vuković, Junior Research Fellow
After Leipzig in 2014, more than 600 researchers and scientists from South America and Europe, as well as Japan and China, concerned with the fundamental ecological, societal and political unsustainability of our society, will gather in Budapest to discuss degrowth.