Olga Coretcaia (publishing name - Olga Koretskaya) is a PhD researcher at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her current research focuses on making practices in contemporary urban economies and their potential to facilitate sustainability transformation beyond capitalism. Olga has an interdisciplinary background in economic, sustainability and communication sciences. In 2018, Olga graduated from the MSc in Sustainability Science and Policy at Maastricht University. Prior to that, Olga worked for five years as a journalist covering socio-economic issues of national interest.
Olga Coretcaia & C Scholl (2019) - Towards a Framework for Understanding Discursive Regime Destabilisation: A Case Study of a Social Movement Organisation “Economy for the Common Good - Sustainability, 11 (16) - doi: 10.3390/su11164385
T von Wirth, D Loorbach, A Wagner, Olga Coretcaia, R Wade, S Krupnik, T Rudek, C Foulds, C Adem, S Akerboom, S Batel, F Caspar Rabitz, C Certoma, A Cherp, J Chodkowska-Miszczuk, M Denac, D Dokupilová, M Dotterud Leiren, M Frolova Ignatieva, D Gabaldón-Estevan, A Horta, P Karnøe, J Lilliestam, J Markard, M Mišik, S Mühlemeier, S Nemoz, M Nilsson, J Osi?ka, L Papamikrouli, L Pellizioni, S Sareen, M Sarrica, G Seyfang, K Smith Stegen, B Sovacool, A Telesiene & V Zapletalova (2020) - 100 Social Sciences and Humanities priority research questions for renewable energy in Horizon Europe - Cambridge: Energy-SHIFTS
O (Olga) Coretcaia (2021) - Diversity beyond capitalism in makerspaces - 15th Conference of the European Sociological Association
O (Olga) Coretcaia (2021) - Diversity beyond capitalism in makerspaces - International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society
O (Olga) Coretcaia (2020) - (Un)making sustainability transformation beyond capitalism - 11th International Sustainability Transitions Conference
O (Olga) Coretcaia (2019) - A framework for reading economic diversity beyond capitalism in food networks - International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society
O (Olga) Coretcaia (2019) - A framework for understanding discursive regime destabilization: Economy for the Common Good case study - 5th Conference of the Network of Early Career Researchers in Sustainability Transitions