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Milutin Stojanovic, PhD

  • PL 24 (Unioninkatu 40)



  • Yliopistonkatu 3

    00014 Helsingin yliopisto



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Description of research and teaching

Milutin Stojanovic is with the Philosophy and Methodology of Sustainability Science Research Group within the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Helsinki, where he is Postdoctoral Researcher of Methodology of Interdisciplinary Practices in Sustainability Science. He is also a member of the Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science, where he seeks to understand and to map current modeling practices in sustainability science, to elaborate insights in inter- and transdisciplinary methodology and to develop science-policy instructions and recommendations. Understanding methodological issues of interdisciplinarity is important to stress the cognitive limitations that shape the scientific assessments of sustainability crises and sub-determine specific socio-economic responses.

Milutin’s research is focused on sustainable agriculture, where he examines inter- and transdisciplinary methodology based on case-studies from the Nordic region and particularly Finland. Contributing to approximately 30% of global greenhouse gas emissions puts agriculture in focus of sustainability research, and complex interactions of economic, social and environmental issues and objectives require a detailed philosophical study of interdisciplinary potentials and limitations of sustainable approaches.

Education information

PhD studies, Department of Phillosophy, Unoversity of Belgrade, 2012-2016.

M.A. studies, Department of Phillosophy, Unoversity of Belgrade, 2010-2011.

B.A. studies, Department of Phillosophy, Unoversity of Belgrade, 2006-2010.

Research interests

Milutin is interested in apllying philosophy of sciece to issues on sustainabilty and developing philosophy of sustainablity science. He is particularly interested in metodolgy of interdisciplinarity as a new mode of scientific research, and seeks to understand the conceptual and institutional constrains this kind oresearch faces. Due to due to the pivotal importance of agriculture for soical, economic and environmental matters he focuses specifically on interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary methodolgy in existing and emerging sustainable agriculture.

Education/Academic qualification

Philosophy, PhD

Award Date: 18 Nov 2016

Fields of Science

  • 611 Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Models
  • philosophy of sustainability science
  • philosophy of physics
  • Philosophy of Economics
  • philosophy of experimentation

International and National Collaboration

Publications and projects within past five years.