New Book Chapter: Climate Justice and Housing Policy

SPACE researcher published on climate justice and housing policy In the recently published book “Klimasoziale Politik. Eine gerechte und emissionsfreie Gesellschaft gestalten” 30 authors shed light on how climate-social policies can create a fundamental improvement in our lives. They discuss concrete measures to shape a socially just and ecologically sustainable society. Themes of the book include health, housing, nutrition, […]

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SPACE researchers @ ESA 2021

SPACE researchers presented their work at ESA Conference 2021 Carina Altreiter and Katharina Litschauer presented their work “Strategies of Capital Accumulation in Times of Land Scarcity. A Field Perspective on Social Housing Construction in Vienna” at the European Sociological Association Conference 2021. Following Bourdieu, they apply a field perspective to give a more nuanced account of […]

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Upcoming Event: “Free Trade: who profits?”

Stephan Pühringer and Claudius Gräbner-Radkowitsch at the event “Free Trade: who profits” SPACE project leaders Stephan Pühringer and Claudius Gräbner-Radkowitsch are organising a workshop on “Free Trade Debates in Economics” at the event “Free Trade: who profits” organised by the Johannes-Kepler-University Linz and the Pädagogische Hochschule Upper Austria. The workshop is taking place on Tuesday, […]

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SPACE researchers @ ESHET 2021

SPACE researchers presented their work at the ESHET Conference 2021 Theresa Hager, Ines Heck (Greenwich University) and Johanna Rath presented their work „Competition in Transitional Processes: Polanyi and Schumpeter“ that condenses to a comparison of Schumpeter’s and Polanyi’s view on societal change  and the role of competition therein. Both theorists ascribe major importance to the […]

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SPACE Podcast “Wettbewerb infrage”: 5th episode online

The 5th episode of SPACE Podcast entitled “Im Wettbewerb um Wohnraum” is now online The SPACE Project (in cooperation with Lisa Puchner) is producing a podcast series entitled “Wettbewerb infrage” to support the dissemination of research results from the project and discuss the concept of competition more broadly. The podcast series combines results, negotiated positions […]

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