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.