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economist , educator , historian

Hubert Kiesewetter, German economist, historian, educator. University Illinois fellow, 1986-1987, Sorbonne University fellow, 1994.


Kiesewetter, Hubert was born on July 11, 1939 in Dessau, Anhalt, Germany. Son of Erwin Max and Elisabeth (Brockmeier) Kiesewetter.


Master of Science, London School of Economics, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1973. Habilitation, Free University Berlin, 1985.


Journeyman German Railways, Frankfurt, 1954-1960. Mechanic television Company, Darmstadt, Germany, 1960-1963. Assistant professor Free University, Berlin, 1975-1989.

Professor Catholic University, Eichstätt, Germany, since 1990. Konrad-Adenauer-Chair, Georgetown University, Washington, 1987-1988. Visiting professor St. Anthony's College, Oxford, Engl, 1989-1990.


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  • Other Work

    • Author: Industrialization and Agriculture, 1988, From Hegel to Hitler, 1995, Industrial Revolution in Germany, 1996, The Unique Europe, 1996, Region and Industry in Europe, 1815-1995, 2000, Karl R. Popper-Life and Work, 2001. Author: (with Helmut Zeus) Karl Popper's Contribution to Ethics, 2002. Author: Karl.

      R. Popper, The Opera Society and It's Enemies, 2003, Overcoming of Poverty in the Third World, 2002, (essay) Unreal or Real History?, 2002. Editor: Region, State and Industrialization, 1985, Karl R. Popper, 1992. Editor: (with Michel Hau) Chemins vers L'an 2000, 2000.


  • Other Interests

    Music, mountain climbing.


Married Renate Stiller, September 21, 1984.

Erwin Max Kiesewetter

Elisabeth (Brockmeier) Kiesewetter

Renate Stiller