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Julien-François Gerber wins Early Career Research Fellowship grant
Julien-François Gerber has been awarded the grant for his research entitled 'When economic expansion transgresses all limits: indebtedness and extractivism as two major causes of social unrest in the coming decade'.
The grant was awarded by the Independent Social Research Foundation (ISRF).
The aim of Julien-François Gerber's research is to combine two lines of research on both environmental movements and the consequences of indebtedness.
The ISRF supports early career independent-minded researchers to explore and present original research ideas that take new approaches and suggest new solutions to real world social problems.