In a recent contribution, Francine Mestrum raised the concern that instead of degrowth, we are in need of a ‘positive alternative that will not make people afraid of the future but involve them in shaping it and making it sustainable’. While we share many of the conceptual points she makes, we decidedly oppose her reading […]
Corinna Dengler and Lisa Marie Seebacher
Corinna Dengler and Lisa Marie Seebacher are degrowth scholars, activists and friends. Corinna holds degrees in Economics (B.Sc.), Development Studies (B.A.) and Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy (M.Sc.). She is currently working as a research assistant and writing her PhD thesis on integrating feminist economics and degrowth at the Chair for Feminist Economics in Vechta, Germany. Among other affiliations, she is a member of the coordination group of the Feminisms and Degrowth Alliance (FaDA). Lisa holds a degree in Development Studies (B.A.), Sociology (B.A) and Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy (M.Sc.). She has written her master thesis on feminist questionnaire construction and tries to implement these ideas in her daily work life as a researcher at the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) in Vienna, Austria.