Lisa M. Seebacher, MSc BA BA

Section: Technology and Knowledge

Function: Researcher


  • Phone: ++43-1-495 04 42 / 51
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Work and research focus:

Lisa M. Seebacher studied International Development Studies and Sociology at the University of Vienna and did a master’s degree in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Research interests include gender studies and feminist research methodologies, degrowth, equality, education, responsible research and innovation (RRI),  and sustainability. Equipped with an interdisciplinary background their work includes a range of different qualitative, quantitative and mixed method research designs.

Other Publications:

Voigt, C., Seebacher, L.M., & Vana, I. (2020): Overcoming inequalities in informal science learning. Conference Paper (The International Conference of the Learning Science (ICLS)). Available at:

Seebacher, L.M. (2020): Wenn weniger auch mehr sein kann. Eine Degrowth-Perspektive auf Erwerbsarbeit. In: AEP, 3, 8-10. Available at:

Dengler, C. & Seebacher, L.M. (2019): What About the Global South? Towards a Feminist Decolonial Degrowth Approach. In: Ecological Economics, Volume 157, 246-252. Available at:

Seebacher, L.M. & Wieser, C. (2018): AK.Frauen.Management.Report.2018. Ab 2018: Die Aufsichtsratsquote. Wien: AK Wien. Available at:


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Education and career:

2014-2016: Master in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy, Vienna University of Economics and Business

2012-2016: Bachelor in Sociology, University of Vienna

2010-2014: Bachelor in International Development Studies, University of Vienna

February – July 2017: Stagiaire at AK EUROPA Austrian Chamber of Labour Brussels Office

August – November 2015: Research assistance in ‘LCDS – Grundlagen zur Entwicklung einer Low Carbon Development Strategy in Österreich’

April – July 2015: Research assistance in the EU-Research Project GLAMURS

March – July 2016: Supervising tutor of a mixed-methods master course, Institute of Socioeconomics, Vienna University of Economics and Business

June – August 2013: Research intern at the Institute for Social Ecology