Samhällsvetarhuset, Plan 5, Umeå universitet
Doctoral student in law, main focus tax law/gender studies, at the Departmen of Law and the Graduate School for Gender Studies, Umeå Centre for Gender Studies. My project concerns fringe benefit taxation and its relation to questions about gender and the pay gap.
Background Master of Laws, Umeå University, 2017 Master of Science in Commercial Law, Umeå University, 2017
Since September 2017 I am a doctoral student at the Department of Law and at the Graduate School for Gender Studies at Umeå Centre for Gender Studies.
Teaching I mainly teach tax law at the law program and on independent courses, both at basic and advanced level. My teaching within the tax subject deals mainly with questions about taxation of income, tax principles, critical perspectives on tax law and tax theory.
Research I am a doctoral student at both the Department of Law and at the Graduate School for Gender Studies, Umeå Centre for Gender Studies, where I am part of an interdisciplinary doctoral/research environment with particular focus on questions about gender and gender research.
My research focuses on questions about personal income taxation and gender. In my project I focus on the Swedish law regarding fringe benefit taxation and the effects from said law in the light of the gender pay gap, but also concerning differences between low and high income earners.