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Mauro Zamboni

Professor

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Arbetar vid Juridiska fakulteten
Telefon 08-16 22 41
E-post mauro.zamboni@juridicum.su.se
Besöksadress Huvudbiblioteket forskarcell, Universitetsvägen 10
Rum SCCL 623
Postadress Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law (SCCL) 106 91 Stockholm

Om mig

Jag forskar om relationer mellan rätt och politik. Mitt pågående, snart avslutade, större projekt analyserar framväxten av en transnationell rättsordning för bolagsstyrning ur ett rättsteoretiskt perspektiv: ”The Idea of Corporation in Transnational Law: Setting the Legal Foundations”.

Min avhandling "The Policy of Law. A Legal Theoretical Framework" analyserade hur politik interagerar, samverkar och kommer i konflikt med rätten. Avhandlingen belönades med European Award For Legal Theory 2005 och Högskoleföreningens pris för framstående vetenskaplig prestation 2007.

Under 2007-2012 har jag innehaft forskartjänsten inom rättsvetenskap vid Kungliga Vetenskapsakademien.

Jag är dessutom gästprofessor i rättsteori vid Center of Law and Governance (Groningen, Nederländerna) 2010-2014, och har varit gästforskare vid Stanford (2003–2004), Harvard (2008–2009) och Bremen (2009–2011).

Jag har bl.a. publicerat artiklar om rättsstaten, den skandinaviska rättsrealismen, juridisk metod och evolutionär rättsteori

Publikationer

I urval från Stockholms universitets publikationsdatabas
  • Bok (red) Law Without State
    2016. Peter Wahlgren, Pål Wrange, Mauro Zamboni.
  • 2016. Daniel Hedlund, Ann-Christin Cederborg, Mauro Zamboni. The Theory and Practice of Legislation 4 (1), 45-63

    We do not know enough about how legislators from different political parties make sense of their ambitions and experiences in relation to the development of asylum policy. In this study we wanted to find out how political discussions can create conditions for legislative change. The present study therefore explored how the Swedish 2005 Aliens Act and the new system for appeals and procedures (NSAP) were negotiated and perceived by 15 legislators of the parliamentary Committee on Social Insurance (COSI) that considered this new legal framework that is effective since 2006. The participants were openly interviewed about their experiences of negotiating migration policy via their committee work. The study is inspired by interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) as it can reach an understanding of how research participants’ attempt to make sense of their lived experience. First, the interview transcripts were transcribed verbatim and then independently coded by the first two authors. Thereafter they collaboratively refined the themes and sub-themes and discussed them with the third author. The overall finding is that the preceding political negotiations can be one of the reasons for unclear aims when politicians’ propose new legislation. This is because directives can consist of many divergent perspectives and considerations. The specific findings are that the period under consideration was described as dramatic and stressful with the presence of uncommon political collaboration between political parties as well as the pushing of legislation via budget negotiations. In addition, they said that the suggested changes in asylum policy and implementation were mainly based on other policy aspects, such as fiscal considerations and state-municipality relations. Participants also viewed that identified problems with asylum decision-making have not been sufficiently resolved by the new framework. Even though this study was conducted in Sweden, its findings can be relevant to other political systems in more developed countries as these states also can struggle with contradictory aims with asylum policy.

  • 2013. Jessika van der Sluijs, Mauro Zamboni. Juridisk Tidskrift (3), 563-580
  • 2011. Mauro Zamboni. Law, Economics and Evolutionary Theory, 270-294
  • 2007. Jonas Ebbesson, Mauro Zamboni. Human Rights and Ethics/Derechos humanos y Ética
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Senast uppdaterad: 19 april 2018

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