I teach labour and employment law, EU law and legal methods. I mainly teach courses within the bachelor specialisation in labour and employment law.
My research focuses on the European social dialogue, i.e. the cooperation between the social partners at EU level. Through this research I also have an interest for the policy-shaping and legislative processes within the EU and fundamental rights relating to labour and employment law. In my doctoral thesis I applied system theory as part of a socio-legal study. Currently I'm involved in projects concerning law, solidarity and the EU constitutional crisis as well as a project focusing on the challenges facing the European social dialogue and the Swedish model within the public sector.
I hold the commission of being responsible for the legal science discipline at the School of Business and Economics.