Filka Sekulova is based at ICTA, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She holds a doctoral degree in ecological economics with a specialization in happiness and climate change UAB. Presently she is doing a post doctorate research on the success factors of community-based initiatives, part of the European research project TESS (http://www.tess-project.eu/). Her research interests center around the economics of happiness, income and degrowth. She is a member of Research & Degrowth and the international community working on the establishment of the international scientific conferences on degrowth (www.degrowth.org).
Videira, N., Schneider,F. Sekulova, F., Kallis, G. 2013. Improving understanding on degrowth pathways: An exploratory study using collaborative causal models, Futures, Vol.55, pp. 58-77.
Sekulova, F. and van den Bergh, J. 2013. Income, Climate and Happiness: An Empirical Study for Barcelona. Global Environmental Change, Vol.3-5, pp.1467-1475.
Demaria, F., Schneider, F., Sekulova, F. and Martinez-Alier, J. 2013. What is Degrowth? From an Activist Slogan to a Social Movement, Environmental values, Vol. 22, pp. 191-215(25).
Sekulova, F., Rodríguez-Labajos, B, Kallis, G. and Francois Schneider. 2012. Degrowth: from theory to practice. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 38, pp:1-6.
Schneider F., Sekulova F., Rijnhout L. 2010. Die Degrowth-Bewegung. Ein Blumenstrauß von Strategien. In: Nach dem Wachstum, Politische Ökologie 121.