Post 2: Five crucial lessons for new sustainability transition scholars interested in the developing world

Guest post by Suyash Jolly on Doctoral research as a trajectory of successful and failed experimental initiatives: Be pragmatic about choice of research questions and research problem A common problem new researchers face while doing research in developing countries is also that they are often detached from the real world while writing their research plans in… Continue reading Post 2: Five crucial lessons for new sustainability transition scholars interested in the developing world

Doctoral research as a trajectory of successful and failed experimental initiatives: Five crucial lessons for new sustainability transition scholars interested in the developing world

Guest Post by Suyash Jolly – PostDoc at KTH, Sweden. As sustainability transition scholars we are quite familiar with terms such as ‘first’ and ‘second’ order learning and sustainability experiments. We have used these terms multiple times while writing our articles and often hear them several times during STRN conferences. We have become attached to… Continue reading Doctoral research as a trajectory of successful and failed experimental initiatives: Five crucial lessons for new sustainability transition scholars interested in the developing world

Two Conferences and one Symposium – How about the fieldwork?

  “How about it?” I asked a fellow colleague in response to the question. But I realized that it wasn’t so unnatural of her to ask this question. Readings on fieldwork methodology suggest that you collect quantitative and qualitative data and information, following one or more ‘techniques’ that is appropriate for your research. It also… Continue reading Two Conferences and one Symposium – How about the fieldwork?