Kakee Scott

PhD Candidate
Sustainability, consumption, design for new economics
k [dot] scott1 [at] lancaster [dot] ac [dot] uk

My research focuses generally on the relationship between design and consumption, more specifically on how acts of design help shape economic relations between and among people and material things. I draw from literature on socio-technical change, practice theory, actor-network theory, critical design, design for social innovation, design for sustainability, service design and ecological economics. I am co-supervised by Daniela Sangiorgi in design and Elizabeth Shove in sociology.