Andreas Inghammar

Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor

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My current research focuses aspects of global and European labour law. I am since a number of years active in EU labour law research within the European Labour Law Network and the Restatement of Labour Law in Europe project, both funded by the EU Commission. The project "Global Collective Agreements" (partly funded by Crafoord Foundation) discusses industrial relations and collective agreements as tools for social responsibility and improved labour rights in global supply chains, in production countries, primarily developing countries in Asia. This work is partly connected to the Raoul Wallenberg Institute programs in the Region. Previous projects have most significanlty monitored disability rights in the labour market and the rights of undocumented labour migrants as well as other areas of comparative and European labour law. I am since 1999 a member of the Norma Research Group and participated in the Elder Law research programme at the Faculty of Law, Lund, where my work has addressed public and occupational pension schemes. 


Lectures (and supervises) on the following courses at Lund University:

Trade, sustainability and investment (HARN53)

Master in Management (MiM), mentor

Labour Law 1

Labour Law II

International and Comparative Law

Labour law in theory and practice

Labour Law - thesis (kandidat)

Collective labour law (Faculty of Law)

Accounting and Law 

Business Law - thesis (kandidat)

Societal impact

European Labour Law Network, Swedish National Expert 2015- ongoing. Project funded by the EU Commission.

Restatement of European Labour Law, Swedish Rapporteur 2012-ongoing. Project funded by the EU Commission.

UKÄ subject classification

  • Law


  • Business Law
  • Labour market
  • Comparative law
  • EU law
  • Labour Law


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