Looking for a PhD scholarship on social and policy dimensions of the Circular Economy?
The PhD will explore how prevailing practices around products or services offered through the circular economy are perceived, and therefore provide the potential for change. Drawing upon interpretive social science epistemologies and methodologies, it will examine how different stakeholders engage with the ideas and examples of sustainable processes and products that consider a broad array of contextual, social, economic, and cultural factors.
The case study area is construction and demolition, and the PhD is part of the ARC Training Centre Transformation of Reclaimed Waste Resources to Engineered Materials and Solutions for a Circular Economy (TREMS).
Find more details on the scholarship and how to apply here.