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Encyclopedia > Economics Minister of Germany

This page lists German Economics Ministers. See also:


State Secretaries for Economics, 1917-1918

  • Rudolf Schwander 1917
  • Baron Hans Karl von Stein 1917-1918

Ministers of Economics, 1918-1945

  • August Müller 1918-1919
  • Rudolf Wissell 1919
  • Robert Schmidt 1919-1920
  • Ernst Scholz 1920-1921
  • Robert Schmidt 1921-1922
  • Johannes Becker 1922-1923
  • Hans von Raumer 1923
  • Joseph Koeth 1923
  • Eduard Hamm 1923-1925
  • Albert Neuhaus 1925
  • Rudolf Krohne (acting) 1925-1926
  • Julius Curtius 1926-1929
  • Paul Moldenhauer 1929
  • Robert Schmidt 1929-1930
  • Hermann R. Dietrich 1930
  • Ernst Trendelenburg (acting) 1930-1931
  • Hermann Warmbold 1931-1932
  • Ernst Trendelenburg (acting) 1932
  • Hermann Warmbold 1932-1933
  • Alfred Hugenberg 1933
  • Kurt Schmitt 1933-1935
  • Hjalmar Schacht 1935-1937
  • Hermann Göring 1937-1938
  • Walther Funk 1938-1945

Ministers of Economics of the Federal Republic, 1949-2002

  • Ludwig Erhard 1949-1963
  • Kurt Schmücker 1963-1966
  • Karl Schiller 1966-1972
  • Helmut Schmidt 1972
  • Hans Friedrichs 1972-1977
  • Otto Graf Lambsdorff 1977-1982
  • Manfred Lahnstein 1982-1982
  • Otto Graf Lambsdorff 1982-1984
  • Martin Bangemann 1984-1988
  • Helmut Haussmann 1988-1991
  • Jürgen W. Möllemann 1991-1993
  • Günter Rexrodt 1993-1998
  • Werner Müller 1998-2002

Ministers of Economics and Labour, 2002-present

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