Johannes Euler is an economist researching the potentials of commoning for dealing with water conflicts more constructively. He is currently working on his PhD at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities in Essen. Johannes mainly writes about commons, for example on the conceptualization of commoning, but also about degrowth, pluralism in economics and social-ecological transformations. He is active in several commons associations like a housing project and the Commons-Institut in Germany.
Some of his previous work includes:
Euler, J. (2016). Commons-creating Society: On the Radical German Commons Discourse. Review of Radical Political Economics, 48(1), 93–110.
Euler, J. (2018a). Conceptualizing the Commons: Moving Beyond the Goods-based Definition by Introducing the Social Practices of Commoning as Vital Determinant.Ecological Economics, 143C, 10–16.
Euler, J. (2018b). The Commons: A Social Form that Allows for Degrowth and Sustainability. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 1–18.
Euler, J., & Heldt, S. (2018). From information to participation and self-organization: Visions for European river basin management. Science of the Total Environment, 621, 905–914.