Associate Professor | Senior Lecturer
External funding Coordinator
Coordinator of external relations at the Lund university Economic Security Institute
Main Research Areas
- Corruption and Economic Security
- Law and Technology
- Work-life in Transition
Måns Svensson defended his thesis ’Social Norms and Legal Compliance’ in 2008. Svensson’s socio-legal research often focus on law’s influence and dependency on underlying informal social control mechanisms. Currently Svensson is leading the following three research projects:
1. The role of Social Norms in Fighting Corruption in Local Governments, financed by the Swedish International Centre for Local Democracy (ICLD).
2. The Multilevel Orders of Corruption: Insights from a Post-Soviet Context, financed by the Swedish Research Council (VR).
3. Threats and Hate against Journalists: Consequences for Freedom of Expression and Democracy, financed by the Crime Victim Fund.
In total Svensson has 13 assignments as supervisor of PhD students. Supervisor for 7 PhD students (2 as main supervisor and 5 as secondary supervisor) who successfully defended their theses in 2011-2019. Currently supervising an additional 6 PhD students (6 as main supervisor).
Selection of Other Scientific Positions
- Appointed as Scientific Advisor to the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare
- Committee member (Chair 2018-) at the committee Work Organization within Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (FORTE)
- Member of the editorial board of the journal Work Life in Transition (AiO)
- Member (substitute) of the Regional Scientific Ethical Review Board
- 2013-2018: Member (Chair 2016-2018) of the Swedish Enforcement Authority Research Council
- 2010-2013: Member (Chair 2012-2013) of the board of the Swedish Work-life Research Association
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