The Department of Business Law is offering one doctoral position in the research area of Business Law, with a focus on international labour law for a Doctor of Laws or a Doctor of Philosophy in Business Law degree. The position is financed by The Crafoord Foundation and the research project concerns “Global Collective Agreements”.
Those appointed to doctoral studentships shall primarily devote themselves to their studies. Work carried out during the studentship consists of participation in research projects as well as successful participation in postgraduate (third-cycle) courses. Those appointed to doctoral studentships may also work, to a limited extent, with educational tasks and administration. However, duties of this kind may not comprise more than 20 per cent of a full time post. (Higher Education Ordinance Chapter 5 Section 2).
As a doctoral student at the Department of Business Law, you are expected to contribute to a dynamic research environment as well as to other Department activities and at the Lund University School of Economics and Management, and to perform work primarily in the workplace provided by the Department.
The doctoral position is part of a larger research project which includes also senior researchers and with collaborations and academic openings to human rights, sustainable production and corporate social responsibility.