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Winterburg studied Economics at the Universities of Wurzburg, Germany and Umea, Sweden. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Luneburg (Germany). Before beginning his academic career, Winterburg was adviser to the German government and worked as senior researcher for the federation of private German banks. He has 15 years of teaching experience at several Universities in Germany, Hungary, Finland and Sweden and at The University of South Dakota. In addition to serving as an economics professor at the University of Applied Sciences, Winterburg was dean of the business school and provost. He also works as an adviser to governments in developing countries in the fields of economic and social policy.
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