I recently finished my doctoral thesis ("Crossing a Border"- A Comparative Tax Law Study on Consequences of Cross-Border Work in the Öresund- and the Meuse-Rhine Regions) in tax law, focused on the taxation of cross-border workers in the Öresund region, a transnational region situated in both Sweden and Denmark, centered on the cities of Copenhagen and Malmö. A comparative study was made, involving the Öresund region and the Meuse-Rhine, the cross-border region between Belgium and the Netherlands. This study included relevant tax treaties, international tax law, European Union law, social security law in Sweden and Denmark as well as Belgium and the Netherlands, tax theory primarily focused on coherence, congruence, legal pluralism and polycentricity.
I am currently working on my post-doc project financed by TOR/Skattenytt. The project focuses on taxes linked to state aid and runs over the years of 2017-2019 (combined with a position as assistant professor here at University of Gävle). The project comprises three tracks: