Lasse Kos is a PhD Candidate in sociology at the University of Basel. His PhD project is part of the research project Ecovillages as Incubators of Sustainability Transitions (EVIST). He started his academic journey with a study in cultural anthropology & development sociology at the University of Amsterdam. Subsequently, he completed an interdisciplinary social science master in Global Studies at the University of Wroclaw and the University of Leipzig. His research interests center around the topic of the multiscale governance of sustainability transitions. Within the wider scope of the EVIST research project, he is particularly interested in the mutual influencing relationships between the diffusion of grassroots initiatives’ sustainable innovations and the different governance frameworks that are in place.
Bachelor: Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at the University of Amsterdam
Master: Erasmus Mundus Global Studies (EMGS) at the University of Wroclaw and at the University of Leipzig