Carl Johan Åberg

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Person.png Carl Johan Åberg  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(economist, academic, politician)
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Born19 October 1930
Died7 March 2010 (Age 79)
PartySwedish Social Democratic Party
Swedish one time Bilderberger

Employment.png Editor-in-Chief

In office
1980 - 1982

Carl Johan Åberg was a Swedish economist , associate professor , civil servant and politician[1].

Åberg was employed at the Ministry of Finance 1967-1976, defended his dissertation in 1971[2], was an economist in the Social Democratic parliamentary group 1977-1980, editor-in-chief of Aftonbladet 1980-1982, State Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Trade Department) 1982-1989, Governor of Västmanland County 1989-1990 and CEO for the 1st-3rd AP Pension Funds 1991-1996. He was appointed by the Swedish government as chairman of the Stockholm School of Economics' Executive Board, the Stockholm School of Economics' highest executive body, 1991–2002.

Åberg wrote several books, including A difficult pastorate: How to renew Swedish politics? (1997)[3] and Stories from the 20th Century (2006).[4] He was elected in 1988 as a member of the Academy of Engineering Sciences .


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Bilderberg/198625 April 198627 April 1986Scotland
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  1. Obituary: Dödsannons i Dagens Nyheter 21 mars 2010
  2. Åberg, Carl Johan (1971). Plan och prognos: en studie i de svenska långtidsutredningarnas metodik : summary: Plan and forecasts.. Stockholm.
  3. Åberg, Carl Johan (1997). Ett svårskött pastorat: hur förnya svensk politik? (1. uppl.). Stockholm: SNS (Studieförb. Näringsliv och samhälle).
  4. Åberg, Carl Johan (2006). Berättelser från 1900-talet. Stockholm: Atlantis.