Dr Franziska Paul

  • Research Associate in Global Remunicipalisation (Management)

telephone: 01413301917
email: Franziska.Paul@glasgow.ac.uk

Adam Smith Business School, Room 613D, East Quadrangle, Main Building, University Avenue, Glasgow, G12 8QQ

Biography

Franziska Christina Paul is Research Associate in Global Remunicipalisation in the Adam Smith Business School.

Franziska holds a PhD in Geography from the University of Glasgow. Funded through the Economic and Social Research Council, the project explored trade union politics and movement building around climate change and energy transition. Prior to the PhD, she received a first-class MA in Geography and Sociology from the University of Aberdeen (2010-2014), and graduated with distinction from the MRes in Human Geography at the University of Glasgow (2014-2015).

Franziska currently works on a European Research Council grant titled “Global Remuncipalisation and the Post-Neoliberal Turn” (2019-2023). The project critically interrogates the growing phenomenon of remunicipalisation and its implications for an emerging post-neoliberal urbanism.

Find out more: Global Remunicipalisation

Research interests

Franziska is a member of the School's Entrepreneurship, Development and Political Economy research cluster. 

Areas of expertise:

  • Public ownership
  • Democratisation
  • Municipalism Political geography, spatial politics
  • Trade union environmentalism

Publications

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2018

Paul, F. C. (2018) Deep entanglements: history, space and (energy) struggle in the German Energiewende. Geoforum, 91, pp. 1-9. (doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.02.017)

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Articles

Paul, F. C. (2018) Deep entanglements: history, space and (energy) struggle in the German Energiewende. Geoforum, 91, pp. 1-9. (doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.02.017)

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Additional information

Non-academic publications

Paul, F. 2018. “No Jobs on a Dead Planet”: Energy Democracy, Public Ownership and Union Opposition to Mega-Energy Projects. Renewal, 26(3): 21-29 

Cumbers, A. & Paul, F. 2020. Adapting to the political moment and diverse terrain of “Actually Existing Municipalisms”. Soundings, 74: 40-53