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Publications

 

Books

2017                Shaping Taxpayers. Values in action at the Swedish Tax Agency. Oxford: Berghahn Books.

2010                Licit yet Illegal. Justifying Informal Purchases of Work in Contemporary Sweden. Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology N.S. 2. Stockholms Universitet. 

Articles (peer-reviewed)

(forth-coming)  Mind the Tax Gap. An ethnography of a number. Journal of Cultural Economy.

(forth-coming)  (with Ulf Johannesson and Karin Thoresson) A thrice-told tale: A collaboration with the Swedish Tax Agency. JOTA. Journal of Tax Administration.

2015                ‘Common sense‘ at the Swedish Tax Agency. Transactional boundaries separating taxable and tax-free income. Critical Perspectives on Accounting. Vol 31, September 2015, pp. 75-89.

2013c              Molding knowledge into a legal complex. A para-ethnography at the Swedish Tax Agency. Journal of Business Anthropology. Vol 2(2), pp. 209-231.

2013b             The making of a ‘good deal’. Dealing with conflicting and complementary values when getting the car repaired informally in Sweden. Journal of Cultural Economy. Vol 6(4), pp. 419-433.

2013a              Buy or Barter. Illegal yet licit purchases of work in contemporary Sweden. Focaal. Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology Vol. 66, pp. 75-87.

2012                Cleaning (in) the Swedish Black Market. Anthropology in Action. Vol 19(1), pp. 8-21.

2006                Svart arbete, vitt arbete eller hur lite skit i hörnen blev ett rent helvete. Tidskriftet antropologi Vol. 52 ‘Arbejde’, pp. 39-58.

Chapters

2014                När svarta köp blir grå. In Jenny Björkman, Björn Fjaestad & Susanna Alexius (eds.) Alla dessa marknader. RJ:s årsbok 2014/2015. Göteborg: Makadam förlag, pp. 87-96.

2011                Svarta tjänster - att ge, få och ge igen. In Jacobsson, Kerstin ed. Känslan för det allmänna. Medborgarnas relation till staten och varandra. Umeå: Borea, pp. 237-266.

2005                Om städning. Hur svart blir vitt. In Sjöstrand, Glenn ed. Fiffelsverige : sociologiska perspektiv på skandaler och fusk. Stockholm: Liber, pp 48-65.

2003                Robin Hood och rättvisan: om småfiffel i det moderna samhället. In Garsten, Christina & Kerstin Sundman eds. Moderna människor. Antropologiska perspektiv på samtiden. Malmö: Liber, pp. 19-38.

Other

2015                Review of ’Ekonomisk sociologi: En introduktion’, Reza Azarian, Adel Daoud & Bengt Larsson (eds.). Stockholm: Liber, 2014. Sociologisk forskning, 52 (2) pp. 183-185.

2014                Workshop: The Fiscal State and Social Citizenship II. 13–14.3.2014, Vadstena. With Åsa Gunnarsson. Skattenytt  Vol. 64 (7-8) pp. 587-589.

2014                Skatteverkets analyshandbok. Solna: Skatteverket.

2012                En antropolog tar sig an skattefrågor (http://www.rj.se/svenska/1297)

2011 Svart arbete and Informal Economy: Fiscal Anthropologist Lotta Björklund Larsen. Published 2011-10-15 in Anthropology News, on-line edition.

2010 ”Svarta köp och vita samveten”. Gaudeamus 4/2010 årgång 86.

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