ADM Gov - The Auto­mated Ad­min­is­tra­tion: Governance of ADM in the Pub­lic Sec­tor

Combining theoretical, empirical and legal approaches, this four-year multidisciplinary research programme studies and analyses how good public governance can be achieved despite challenges associated with increased automation and AI systems in public decision-making. The programme focuses on Sweden and Finland, two countries with similar administrative foundations as well as forerunners in digitalisation. Led by the AI-focused socio-legal scholar Stefan Larsson, the programme spans the universities of Lund, Helsinki, Uppsala, and Södertörn, is tightly linked to vibrant Nordic research networks and includes reference group members from key national public authorities in Finland and Sweden.

More on the project on Helsinki University website here.

See more information on University of Lund website here

Stefan Larsson (PI, Lund University); Riikka Koulu (Helsinki University); Jockum Hildén (Lund University); Ida Koivisto (Helsinki University); Katja de Vries (Uppsala University); Anne Kaun (Södertörn University)


The growing vibrant and international community of interdisciplinary scholars at the University of Helsinki Legal Tech Lab is looking for Doctoral Researcher in Law, for The Automated Administration: Governance of ADM in the public sector research project

More information on the project and position.

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