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Personal profile


Laura Visser joined the Department of Management in July of 2017. Prior to that, she was employed as an Assistant Professor at Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, where she also obtained her PhD degree.
Her research interests lie broadly with issues of power and inequality in organisations. More specifically, her research projects are or have been related to the healthcare sector, technology, gender and diversity, and (post)feminism. She is currently exploring sociomaterial theories and their use(fulness) in organisation studies as well as exploring the role of women in the Australian wine industry.


Laura teaches into the undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce program, in the unit MGC2021 - Organisations and Society. She also often teaches into the Management Department's Honours Program in the units MGX4100 - Paradigms and Perspectives in Management and MGX4300 - Contemporary Issues in Management.

Research area keywords

  • Critical management studies
  • Power
  • Inequality
  • Gender & Diversity
  • Sociomateriality
  • Technology
  • Bodies
  • (Post)Feminism
  • Healthcare
  • Wine industry


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