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Maths Yngve Isacson

Maths Yngve Isacson, Swedish economic history professor. Achievements include research in economic history, industrial transformation, and industrial heritage. Research grant, University Uppsala, 1988.

Background

  • Isacson, Maths Yngve was born on October 5, 1948 in Avesta, Sweden. Son of Birger Julius Isacson and Inger-Johanne Berner-Isacson.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy, University Uppsala, Sweden, 1979.

    Career

    • Junior research fellow University Uppsala, Sweden, 1982—1988, economic history professor Sweden, since 1996. Director of research Museum of Work, Norrköping, Sweden, 1988—1995. Researcher University Dalarna, Borlänge, Sweden, 1995—1996.

      Adjunct professor Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 2005—2010. Professor Uppsala University, since 1996.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in economic history, industrial transformation, and industrial heritage.

    Membership

    Chairman research committee Museum of Work, Norrkõping. Representative of Uppsala University Gruvrådet, Stora Kopparberget. Member of Faculty of Social Science Uppsala University, National Committee Technology Social Science at Royal Academy of Sciences (member docent ship committee), Advisory Cultural Studies Institute Sweden (Stockholm representative Uppsala University).

    Connections

    • Married Lisa Pantsu, August 29, 1948. Children: Tove Johanna Svensson, Vanja Helena.
    • father: Birger Julius Isacson
    • mother: Inger-Johanne Berner-Isacson
    • spouse: Lisa Pantsu
    • children: Tove Johanna Svensson Isacson
    • Vanja Helena Isacson
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    Born October 5, 1948
    (age 68)
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    • 1979
      University Uppsala
    • 1982 - 1988
      Junior research fellow, University Uppsala
      Sweden
    • 1988 - 1995
      director, of research Museum of Work
      Norrköping, Ostergotlands Lan, Sweden
    • 1995 - 1996
      researcher, University Dalarna
      Borlänge, Dalarnas Lan, Sweden
    • 1996
      professor, Uppsala University
    • 2005 - 2010
      adjunct professor, Royal Institute of Technology
      Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden

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