About Elleonor Fagerfjäll
Eleonor Fagerfjäll is a lecturer and teaches since 1980 in the subject of Tax Law at the Faculty of Law, School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg. Elleonor has participated in courses such as the Tax Law with Accounting and Taxation Law and International Personal Taxation, Tax II / Corporate (courses at advanced level at the law program).
Since the beginning of the 2000s she has been responsible for the subject of taxation in the course Financial Accounting at the School's Economics Program, along with professor Marie Lumsden who is responsible for the teaching of financial accounting.
In 2004 Elleonor was named Teacher of the Year at the School.
From 1973 to 1980 Elleonor worked as an accountant at the Swedish Tax Agency, then called the Audit Unit of the County Council, and she also served with the Police Authority for economic crimes.
She has developed the course International Personal Taxation and Social Security Contributions, at the advanced level of the Law program, together with Associate Professor Thomas Erhag. A course where Elleonor has had charge of international personal taxation and Thomas of social security contributions.
Elleonor has been a deputy member of the Board of the School's MBA program. In addition, Elleonor sat in the Department of Law's Council of Education. She has also served on the board for the vocational education YRGO, City of Gothenburg.
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- Tax law
- EU Taxation Law