Prof. Oksana Mont
Prof. Oksana Mont is a Professor in Sustainable consumption governance at the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics at Lund University, Sweden. She has a PhD in Technology, MSc in Environmental Management and Policy, and MSc in Biology and Chemistry. She conducts inter-disciplinary and international research on sustainable business models, sustainable consumption and lifestyles and sustainable consumption policy. The current topical domain is the sharing economy and circular economy. Oksana leads a research group on Sustainable consumption governance at the IIIEE. She has over 20 years of experience of project leadership. She is a Principal Investigator of the 5-year programme on Urban Sharing funded by the European Research Council (www.urbansharing.org) and leads a project on business models and on sustainable cons in a 4+4-year programme funded by MISTRA “Mistra Sustainable Consumption – from niche to mainstream” (https://www.sustainableconsumption.se/). She is an editor of a book on “Research Agenda for Sustainable consumption governance” (2019), Edward Elgar (OA: https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/eep/preview/book/isbn/9781788117814/) and co-editor of a book with Max Koch on “Sustainability and the Political Economy of Welfare (2016), Routledge. She is an author of more than 200 academic publications and official reports.