Non-Legal Aspects of Legally Controlled Decision-Making. The failure of predictability in governing the 3G infrastructure development in Sweden
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Book chapter
the decision-making tacitly. This means that causes like economy and politics can affect the application of law, although not admittedly, and the legislative process in order to change the application.
The example used for this demonstration is taken from the Swedish development of the third generation of mobile phone infrastructure, 3G, and more specifically the responsible authority’s, the Post and Telecommunications Agency, supervision of the four licence winning operators during the infrastructure roll-out.
The paper addresses the difference between the intentions of the law and the application of the law, analyses and aims to explain parts of the legal complexities or inconsistencies from a socio-legal perspective. To do so, data permit process data from a regional case collected within a MiSt study (Larsson 2008) is used, along with legal documents, cases, PTA reports and more.
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Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY
|Title of host publication||Contributions in Sociology of Law. Remarks from a Swedish Horizon|
|Editors||Håkan Hydén, Per Wickenberg|
|Publisher||Lund Studies in Sociology of Law|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
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