Elections in progress

During 2020, the Dean, Vice-Dean and members of the Faculty Board will be appointed for LUSEM for the mandate period 2021–2023. Also, a candidate for the Electoral College will be elected (to fill a vacant seat). In a first step, a Nomination Committee has been appointed by election. The purpose of the Nomination Committee is to facilitate elections. However, the Nomination Committee is only a preparatory body.

Election 2020

The process for the election 2020 is in progress. The election at LUSEM concerns to elect the following:

  • Dean, Vice-Dean and members of the Faculty Board
  • One candidate for Electoral College (to fill a vacant seat)

Learn more about elections via the following links:

The election of the Dean, Vice-Dean and Faculty board

The election of Candidate for Electoral College

Nominations

The deadline for nomination of candidates for Dean, Vice-Dean and members of the Faculty Board has passed (15 April). 

The deadline for nomination of candidates for the candidate for Electoral College has passed (22 March).   

For questions regarding the nomination process contact one of the nomination committee's members.

List of nominees.

Election

Eligible for voting in the elections and nominating candidates are employees at LUSEM, whose employment comprises at least 50 percent of full-time and who have been appointed for the time being or have an ordinance covering at least two years of continuous employment at the faculty. Doctoral students are not eligible for voting or nomination as in this context, they are counted as students.

For the election of Dean, Vice-Dean and Faculty Board the voting list will be determined on 30 September, and the election will take place in October.

For the election of Candidate for Election College the voting list will be determined on 31 March, and the election will take place 6-27 April.

The election will be made electronically. It is hoped that this will contribute to increased turnout. As an employee, you can actively participate in the relevant elections and influence the decisions made at the School of Economics. How such elections are to be conducted is governed by the Rules of Procedure for Lund University and the Regulations on elections to the University Electoral College and elections at the Faculty and Department level.

Last published: 2020-10-12