Clemens August Andreae (1929-26 May 1991) was an Austrian economist who served as a professor of political economics and the dean of law and political sciences for the University of Innsbruck. He wrote a book called Der größere Markt - Wirtschaftsintegration vom Atlantik bis zum Ural ("The Larger Market - Economic Integration from the Atlantic to the Urals"). Andreae was scheduled to give the opening speech for the 1986 Salzburg Festival; the opening speech is typically given by a prominent scientist or artist. Andreae replaced Ralf Dahrendorf, a West German sociologist and professor, who withdrew the pledge because he did not want to speak to an audience that included Kurt Waldheim, the President of Austria.

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  • Clemens August Andreae, auch: C. A. Andreae (* 5. März 1929 in Graz; † 26. Mai 1991 nahe Phu Toey/Thailand) war ein österreichischer Nationalökonom. (de)
  • Clemens August Andreae (1929-26 May 1991) was an Austrian economist who served as a professor of political economics and the dean of law and political sciences for the University of Innsbruck. He wrote a book called Der größere Markt - Wirtschaftsintegration vom Atlantik bis zum Ural ("The Larger Market - Economic Integration from the Atlantic to the Urals"). Andreae was scheduled to give the opening speech for the 1986 Salzburg Festival; the opening speech is typically given by a prominent scientist or artist. Andreae replaced Ralf Dahrendorf, a West German sociologist and professor, who withdrew the pledge because he did not want to speak to an audience that included Kurt Waldheim, the President of Austria. Andreae died in the 26 May 1991 crash of Lauda Air Flight 004 in Thailand. He was leading a group of students from the University of Innsbruck in a tour of the Far East. The passengers on the aircraft included 21 members of the University of Innsbruck, including Andreae, another professor, six assistants, and 13 students. Andreae had often led field visits to Hong Kong. (en)
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  • 1929-3-5
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  • Clemens August Andreae, auch: C. A. Andreae (* 5. März 1929 in Graz; † 26. Mai 1991 nahe Phu Toey/Thailand) war ein österreichischer Nationalökonom. (de)
  • Clemens August Andreae (1929-26 May 1991) was an Austrian economist who served as a professor of political economics and the dean of law and political sciences for the University of Innsbruck. He wrote a book called Der größere Markt - Wirtschaftsintegration vom Atlantik bis zum Ural ("The Larger Market - Economic Integration from the Atlantic to the Urals"). Andreae was scheduled to give the opening speech for the 1986 Salzburg Festival; the opening speech is typically given by a prominent scientist or artist. Andreae replaced Ralf Dahrendorf, a West German sociologist and professor, who withdrew the pledge because he did not want to speak to an audience that included Kurt Waldheim, the President of Austria. (en)
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