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Manfred Wulff

economics educator

Manfred Wulff was German economics educator.

Background

Wulff, Manfred was born on April 8, 1933 in Pasewalk, Germany. Son of Hermann and Maria (Lange) Wulff.

Education

Student, School Public Administration, Stuttgart, Germany, 1956. Student, Technology College, Stuttgart, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Tübingen (Germany) University, 1964.

Habilitation.

Career

Public administration assistant Mayor' General’ s Office, Bondorf, Germany, 1953-1954, Office of District President, Horb, Germany, 1954-1955. Inspector Mcplty. of Ulm, Germany, 1956-1959. Teaching and research assistant University Tübingen, 1964-1976, assistant professor economics, 1976-1980, professor economics, 1980-1998.

Retired, 1998.

Works

  • Author: The Neoliberal Economic System--Dynamical Analysis of the Conception and the Reality, 1976, Theories and Dogmas as Causes of Economic Problems, 1985, The Significance of Household Goals for the Development of Interests, Balance of Payments (Exchange Rate) and Income--Conclusions for Private Households and Economic Policy, 1996.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    History, geology, mountain travel.

Connections

Married Anneliese Wulff, August 1, 1961. Children: Andrea Schweitzer, Jürgen.

father:
Hermann Wulff

mother:
Maria (Lange) Wulff

spouse:
Anneliese Wulff

children:
Andrea Schweitzer Wulff

Jürgen Wulff