Nils Gustav Herman Lundgren (born 13 July 1936 in Skövde) is a Swedish politician, economist, eurosceptic and former Member of the European Parliament. He was the leader of the eurosceptical June List, which he also co-founded.
He was elected to the
European Parliament in 2004. He is a member of the bureau of the Independence and Democracy group, and vice-chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Budgetary Control.
He is also a member of the
Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, a substitute for the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, and a member of the delegation to the EU– Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee.
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University lecturer in economics,
Stockholm (1962-1963) Economics expert at
EFTA secretariat in Geneva (1964-1965) Research at Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm (1966-1971)
Researcher, Ministry of Industry (1971-1974)
Reading University (1975) Head of research unit, National Institute of Economic Research (1977-1979)
Chief economist, PK-banken subsequently Nordbanken subsequently MeritaNordbanken (1980-1999)
Nordea (1999-2001) Member of the
Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences since 1988. [1 ] Artillery reserve officer
Previously chairman and member of the Board of a number of Swedish and international companies and organisations
Ekonomisk debatt Integration i Västeuropa (Integration in Western Europe) (1974), Industripolitikens spelregler (Industrial policy - the rules of the game) (1981) and Europa ja - euro nej (Yes to Europe - no to the euro) (2003), as well as a number of other books, publications and articles
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