Assistant professor at the Department of Management, Institute for Gender and Diversity in Organizations, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). Former Doctoral Fellow of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

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Publications:
Diversity Management: Economically Reasonable or "Only" Ethically Mandatory?
Heike Mensi-Klarbach

According to our study cost-benefit considerations of decision makers suggest that the implementation of diversity management is economically reasonable.

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Part of the Whole? Homosexuality in Companies’ Diversity Policies and in Business Research: Focus on Germany

This paper investigates the activities related to "sexual orientation" that are implemented within German companies' diversity programs and the state of German business research on homosexuality.

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European Disintegration: Tendencies of Renationalization within the European Union and its Impact on the Common Labor Market and EU Consumer Markets

The continuous enlargement of the EU provokes tendencies of renationalization among EU member states. Its impact on the EU labor and consumer market(s) are discussed.

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National Differentiations of Diversity Management: A Historic–institutional Framework for a Comparison of Europe and South America

Drawn from a historical and institutional perspective, a framework is proposed to categorize different national approaches to diversity management.

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