Poul Nyboe Andersen
| Poul Nyboe Andersen |
|Born||23 November 1913|
Malt Sogn, Denmark
|Died||5 November 2004 (Age 90)|
|Alma mater||University of Copenhagen|
|Children||Bodil Nyboe Andersen|
|Member of||Trilateral Commission|
Danish economist and politician. Member of the Trilateral Commission. His daughter is former national bank director Bodil Nyboe Andersen.
He was the son of farm owner and agricultural candidate Anders Andersen and his wife Kristine née Nyboe.
He was a journalist at Kristeligt Dagblad 1939-1941.
From 1941 he was a manuductor at the University of Copenhagen and from 1943 a teaching assistant at Aarhus University. He became dr.oecon. in 1946 and then in 1948 docent and from 1950-1971 professor at the Copenhagen Business School. He helped found Krogerup Højskole, where he was a teacher from 1946 to 1961.
He was linked to the liberal party Venstre and in 1968-1971 was Minister of Economy and Minister for Nordic Affairs and European Market Affairs in the Government of Hilmar Baunsgaard and in 1973-1975 Minister of Economy and Trade in the Government of Poul Hartling. From 1968-1977 he was a member of Venstre's main board.