Igor Matutinovic

Igor Matutinovic teaches sustainability at the Zagreb School for Economics and Management in Croatia.

Articles

03.08.2022
Energy Crisis: Keeping the Cost of Living Down While Protecting the Climate

Households across Europe are facing spiralling energy costs as fuel prices rise. But fossil fuel subsidies are no answer to this crisis. Governments should focus on direct support to cover essentials and speeding up the energy transition.

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06.07.2020
The End of Neoliberal Ideology

Neoliberalism is failing to meet the crises of our time. What in its worldview, social and ecological consequences call for putting it to rest?

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04.07.2013
Can We Avoid a 500PPM Scenario?

Is the fight against climate change a declarative one, or a genuine one?

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01.03.2012
De-growth: can Croatia afford less work and less consumption?

What does the growth/degrowth debate mean for a country like Croatia? Two decades after gaining independence following the collapse of the Yugoslav Republic, Croatia remains a country with economic and political problems. Is it possible for it to transition to a degrowth economy, and how would such a transition take place?

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