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Social scientist , Statistician

Max Wingen, German statistician, social scientist. Member German Association Population Studies (2d chairman 1979-1985), German Statistical Association (board directors since 1980), Association for Social Progress (board directors since 1960), International Statistical Institute, Rotary.

Background

Wingen, Max was born on March 13, 1930 in Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Son of Edüard and Anna (Thiesen) Wingen.

Education

Doctor of Political Science, University Konstanz, Federal Republic Germany, 1981.

Career

Researcher German Association Employers, Cologne, Federal Republic Germany, 1953-1959. Official Ministry of Youth, Family and Health, Bonn, 1959-1980. President Statistical Office of the Land, Baden-Wuerrtemberg, Federal Republic Germany, since 1981.

Lecturer University Saarbruecken, Federal Republic Germany, 1968. Lecturer Ruhr University Bochum, Federal Republic Germany, 1969-1973, honorary professor, 1973-1981. Honorary professor University Konstanz, since 1981.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Principles of Family Policy, second edition, 1965, Principles of Population, 1975. Editor: Statistical Information, 1984, (journal) Baden-Wuerttemberg in Text and Figures, since 1981.

Membership

Member German Association Population Studies (2d chairman 1979-1985), German Statistical Association (board directors since 1980), Association for Social Progress (board directors since 1960), International Statistical Institute, Rotary.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Literature, social and family issues.

Connections

Married Maria Nübel, November 16, 1957. Children: Klaus, Markus.

father:
Edüard Wingen

mother:
Anna (Thiesen) Wingen

spouse:
Maria Nübel

children:
Klaus Wingen

Markus Wingen