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).
Sekulova, F. Anguelovski, I., Kiss, B., Kotsila, P. Baró, F., Voytenko Palgan, Y., Connolly, J. 2021. The governance of nature-based solutions in the city at the intersection of justice and equity, Cities, Vol. 112/103136
Sekulova, F. Anguelovski, I., Argüelles, L., Conill,J. 2017. A ‘fertile soil’ for community initiatives: a new analytical framework. Environment and Planning A. Vol. 49(10), pp: 2362–2382
Sekulova, F. Kallis, G, Schneider, F. 2017. Climate change, happiness and income from a degrowth perspective, in Victor, P. and Dolter, B. Handbook on Growth and Sustainability, Edward Elgar Publishing
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.