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economics educator

Carl-Ludwig Holtfrerich, German economics educator. John F. Kennedy Memorial fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975-1976, fellow Woodrow Wilson International Center, Washington, 1982-1983. Member Institute Contemporary History (Munich, advisory board), German History Institute (Washington, advisory board), Society for Business History (advisory board).

Background

Holtfrerich, Carl-Ludwig was born on January 23, 1942 in Everswinkel, Westfalia, Germany. Son of Karl August and Elisabeth Stefanie (Bisping) Holtfrerich.

Education

Diploma, University Muenster, Germany, 1966. Doctor of Economics, University Muenster, Germany, 1971. Habilitation, Free University Berlin, 1979.

Career

Research assistant University Muenster, 1967-1971. Foreign trade expert Federation German Industries, Cologne, 1971-1974. Assistant professor Free University Berlin, 1974-1980, professor economics, since 1983.

Professor economic history University Frankfurt, Germany, 1980-1983. Member numerous academy advisory boards, since 1976. Guest professor St. Antony's College, Oxford, England, 1982.

Works

Membership

Member Institute Contemporary History (Munich, advisory board), German History Institute (Washington, advisory board), Society for Business History (advisory board).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sports and cultural activities.

Connections

Married Annette Ursula Eulerich, 1970, (divorced 1985). Children: Volker, Diemut.

father:
Karl August Holtfrerich

mother:
Elisabeth Stefanie (Bisping) Holtfrerich

spouse:
Annette Ursula Eulerich

child:
Volker Holtfrerich

child:
Diemut Holtfrerich