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Regine Bendl

Associate Professor


Phone: +43 1 31336-5186
Fax: +43 1 31336-905186

Virtual office hours via Microsoft Teams
Appointments can be arranged by email:

13.10.2021 from 12:00-13:00
27.10.2021 from 11:00-12:00
24.11.2021 from 11:00-12:00
15.12.2021 from 11:00-12:00
12.01.2022 from 11:00-12:00
26.01.2022 from 11:00-12:00

Short CV
Dr. Regine Bendl is Associate Professor. She was visiting research fellow at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Oxford University and Auckland University of Technology. She got several national and international awards for her research. Currently she is Editorial Board Member of several journals and Editor of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – An International Journal. She is also President of the Austrian Society for Diversity (ASD)

CV, Publications

Research and Teaching Interests
Gender and Diversity in Organizations, Organizing and Managing Diversity, Intersectionality and queer perspectives, Subtexts in Organization Theories

Teaching in the SBWL Diversity Management (BA); Working in Diverse Teams in Cross Functional Management (BA); Diversity and Sustainability, Working in Teams in Master Management (MA)

Teaching activity, Projects

Selected Publications
Bendl, Regine/Bleijenbergh, Inge/Henttonen, Elina/Mills, Albert (2015, Eds.): The Oxford Handbook of Diversity in Organizations. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Bendl, Regine/Danowitz, Mary Ann/Schmidt, Angelika: Recalibrating Management: Feminist Activism to Achieve Equality in an Evolving Managerial University (2014): British Journal of Management (BJM), Vol. 25, 2, 320‐334.

Tienari, Janne/Holgersson, Charlotte/Merilainen, Susan/Bendl, Regine (2013): And Then There Were None: On the Exclusion of Women in Executive search practices. Gender in Management – An international Journal Vol, 28, 1, 43‐62.

Bendl, Regine/Hanappi‐Egger, Edeltraud/Hofmann, Roswitha (2012, Hrsg.): Diversität und Diversitätsmanagement. Facultas, Wien.

Bendl, Regine (2008): Gender Subtexts – Reproduction of Exclusion in Organizational Discourse. In: British Journal of Management, Vol. 19, 50‐64.