CHRISTINE CORLET WALKER
Christine is a PhD candidate with CUSP, working within our systems analysis theme, focusing on the question of how to deliver societal well-being in a post-growth economy.
Christine is a PhD candidate working within our systems analysis theme. Her research is focused primarily on the question of how we deliver societal well-being in a post-growth economy. She is using both case study and econometric approaches to explore the relationship between various components of well-being and economic growth.
Christine’s prior research has spanned a range of areas, including: mapping the distribution of sustainably certified crops in tropical areas (Cambridge Conservation Science Group, University of Cambridge); investigating the views of UK policy makers on measuring societal well-being (CUSP, University of Surrey); and evaluating the social impact of social entrepreneurship programmes in Scotland (Edinburgh Business School, Heriot Watt University).
In addition to her research, Christine worked for three years as a consultant with charities and NGOs, leading projects across a range of sectors, from sustainability and social care, to community business, health and education.
Christine holds an MSc in Ecological Economics from the University of Edinburgh, and a BA (Hons) in Natural Sciences (Zoology) from the University of Cambridge.
Corlet Walker, C., 2018. Review: In Defense of Degrowth: Opinions and Manifestos, by Giorgos Kallis, edited by Aaron Vansintjan, Uneven Earth Press, 2018 (Ecological Economics, in press)
Corlet Walker, C., Mair, S. and Druckman, A., 2018. A Theory of Change Approach for Measuring Economic Welfare Beyond GDP. CUSP Working Paper Series, No. 10.
Tayleur, C., Balmford, A., Buchanan, G.M., Butchart, S.H., Corlet Walker, C., Ducharme, H., Green, R.E., Milder, J.C., Sanderson, F.J., Thomas, D.H. and Tracewski, L., 2018. Where are commodity crops certified, and what does it mean for conservation and poverty alleviation?. Biological Conservation, 217, pp.36-46.