Jodie Hampson

Ba Env Sc (Sociology); Ba Arts (Hons); Ma Comm Dev

Scientia PhD Candidate 

Jodie Hampson is an advocator for a solidarity economy with a background in community engagement, social planning and social research and innovation.

With several years experience in community development across government and the not for profit sector, Jodie has lead numerous major community policy, strategy and capacity building projects using an Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) approach.

Jodie is a Scientia PhD candidate and her research will focus on platform cooperative governance with the aim of contributing to a more holistically sustainable model for the sharing economy.

Areas of research

Commons Transition, Sharing Cities, Community Currencies, Consumer Directed Care

Supervisors

Bronwen Morgan, Amelia Thorpe, Andrew Murphy

Publications and presentations

Commons Transition Plan for the City of Sydney. Co-authored by Jodie Hampson, Inka Santala, Monique Potts, Tirrania Suhood and Bronwen Morgan. Sydney Commons Lab, Version 1, August 2019