- Revolving doors between the public and private sectors
- Labour exploitation of migrant workers
- Access to Justice
My PhD project looks at the transitions of key officials from state and region to the private sector in Sweden and the regulation of these transitions, both historically and contemporarily. The project is divided into three sub-studies: first is a historical-legal study on the regulation of transitions from key positions from the public sector to the private sector, with emphasis on conflict of interests. Then the study maps the transitions from key positions in the government, public agencies and the regions. Finally, the project investigates the implementation of current regulations of ministers and state secretaries’ transitions to the private sector. The project is funded by the Swedish Research Council.
More information on the project "Revolving doors to the private sector? A sociolegal study on top state and region officials' transitions to the private sector and their regulation" is available in the Lund University Research Portal.
Previously, I was a research assistant on the project “Responses to Labour Exploitation in Sweden – Representations of Victims and Access to Justice”. We looked at how practitioners identify, categorise and respond to the exploitation of migrant workers and how this may affect the access to justice of victims of labour exploitation
Read more about the project on the Sociology of Law Department's research pages.
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Constructions of migrant victims of labor exploitation in Nordic court casesIsabel Schoultz, Marlene Spanger, Anniina Jokinen, Synnøve Økland Jahnsen, Heraclitos Muhire, et al.
(2023) International Review of Victimology
Rinkeby - en tunnelbanestation som alla andra : En utvärdering av samverkan vid lokalt brottsförebyggande arbeteAnna Sonander, Heraclitos Muhire
(2020) Research report in Sociology of Law
Access to justice in SwedenHeraclitos Muhire, Enrico Giansanti, Isabel Schoultz
(2020) Access to Justice : Global Access to Justice Project. , p.1-77
Heraclitos Muhire is a PhD candidate at the Sociology of Law Department. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminology and a master’s degree in sociology of law from Lund University.