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Dengler, Corinna, Dr.

Dr. Corinna Dengler

Dr. Corinna Dengler

Postdoc / Assistant Professor (non-tenure track)

WU Vienna University of Economics
Institute for Multi-Level Governance and Development
Welthandelsplatz 1/D4 2.268
1020 Vienna, Austria


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Corinna Dengler works as an Assistant Professor (non-tenure track) at the Institute for Multilevel Governance and Development (MLGD). Her research focuses on heterodox economics and in particular at the intersection of feminist economics and ecological economics. Prior to this position, she was employed as a research assistant at the department for economics and ethics at the University of Vechta (praedoc, 03/2017–02/2021) and at the department for development and postcolonial studies at the University of Kassel (postdoc, 03/2021 – 11/2021).

She graduated summa cum laude with a cumulative PhD on „Feminist Futures: What Degrowth Learns from the Feminist Critique of Science, Economics, and Growth” from the University of Vechta. Prior to her PhD, she studied economics (B. Sc., WU Vienna), development studies (B. A., University of Vienna), and Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy (M. Sc., WU Vienna) in Vienna, Moscow, and Quito.  

Journal article

2022 Dengler, Corinna, Lang, Miriam. 2022. Commoning Care: Feminist Degrowth Visions for a Socio-Ecological Transformation. Read more
2021 Dengler, Corinna, Schmelzer, Matthias. 2021. Anmerkungen zu Niko Paechs Postwachstumsökonomie. Plädoyer für weniger Individualethik, mehr KaAnmerkungen zu Niko Paechs Postwachstumsökonomie. Plädoyer für weniger Individualethik, mehr Kapitalismuskritik und eine intersektionale Gerechtigkeitsperspektivepitalismuskritik und eine intersektionale Gerechtigkeitsperspektive. Read more
2019 Dengler, Corinna, Seebacher, Lisa Marie. 2019. What About the Global South? Towards a Feminist Decolonial Degrowth Approach. Read more
2018 Dengler, Corinna, Strunk, Birte. 2018. The Monetized Economy Versus Care and the Environment: Degrowth Perspectives On Reconciling an Antagonism. Read more
2016 Dengler, Corinna. 2016. Neo-Extraktivismus und Lateinamerikas Linke: Was passiert nach dem Rohstoffpreisboom?. Read more

Chapter in edited volume

2021 Knobloch, Ulrike, Kleinert, Ann-Christin, Dengler, Corinna. 2021. Gestaltungs- und Transformationsprozesse zukunftsfähigen sorgenden Versorgens. Read more
2021 Dengler, Corinna. 2021. Degrowth. Read more
2020 Dengler, Corinna. 2020. Feministisch-Ökologische (Postwachstums-)Ökonomie. Read more
2019 Dengler, Corinna, Nogly, Joanna. 2019. Aktivistische Wissenschaft: Ein Ausweg aus der Eindimensionalität?. Read more
2019 Dengler, Corinna. 2019. Alltägliche Grenzziehungen. Die Rolle der nicht-monetären Versorgungsökonomie in einer (Post-) Wachstumsgsellschaft. Read more
2019 Dengler, Corinna, Lang, Miriam. 2019. Feminism Meets Degrowth. Sorgearbeit in einer Postwachstumsgesellschaft. Read more

Doctoral thesis

2020 Dengler, Corinna. 2020. Feminist Futures: Was Degrowth von feministischer Wissenschafts-, Wirtschafts- und Wachstumskritik lernt. Read more

Other scientific publications

2019 Anna, Saave-Harnack, Dengler, Corinna, Muraca, Barbara. 2019. Feminisms and Degrowth: Alliance or Foundational Relation?. Read more
2017 Dengler, Corinna, Sielert, Deborah. 2017. Politiken der Reproduktion – Politics of Reproduction. Read more

Popular science article

2018 Dengler, Corinna, Lisa Marie, Seebacher. 2018. Growth Pessimism, but Degrowth Optimism. Read more

Master's thesis

2017 Dengler, Corinna. 2017. Ecuador’s Citizens’ Revolution: Powered by Oil Extraction? Regulationist Perspectives on the (Neo)Extractivist Mode of Development. Read more
Consultation hours

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Teaching

Information about classes available at the WU Course Catalog - VVZ

Fields of research

Detailed information can be found in the PURE-Database

  • Ecological Economics, Degrowth, and Environmental Justice

  • Feminist Economics, Care Work, and Gender Justice

  • Global Political Economy and Critical Development Studies. Regional Focus: Latin America

  • Philosophy of Science. Focus: Critical Realism, Feminist and Postcolonial Critique of Science.