Tolibjon Mustafoev

LL.M., Visiting Research Fellow, affiliated with the university, Commercial Law, Combating Corruption

Research areas and keywords


  • Law, Business, Society & Corruption


Tolibjon Mustafoev is a research fellow affiliated with Sociology of Law Department (Lund University) within the research project "Central Asian Law: Business Environment and Legal Cultures" as well as his academic background is linked with "Corruption Issues" research center inthe Academy of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Prior to joining the Sociology of Law Department, Tolibjon worked as a national consultant on crime prevention and promoting a culture of lawfulness among youth at United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Regional Office for Central Asia. In collaboration with UN Vienna Headquarters Tolibjon initiated and created the first youth regional academic and negotiations platform in Uzbekistan "Tashkent International Model UN"; and during 2017-2019 he served as a Secretary General of this organization. He holds a BA (honours) in Commercial Law (Awarded by The University of Westminster, UK) and the LL.M. in Anticorruption Studies (Awarded by the Academy of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan).

Currently, Tolibjon is working on socio-legal research to investigate the affiliation of the state anticorruption legal framework with business climate in Uzbekistan. His research paper named "The impact of anti-corruption legal framework on business and investment climate in Uzbekistan: plural legalities and moralities" is being developed under the supervision of Rustamjon Urinboyev (Associate Professor of Sociology of Law Department in Lund University).