The Red-Green Alliance,
Frank Aaen, Enhedslisten - Fotograf Steen Brogaard

Frank Aaen

Former Member of the Folketing, The Red-Green Alliance

Economist

Frank Aaen, born July 25th 1951 in Nørresundby, son of salesman Carlo Aaen and office assistant Betty Aaen. Married to Bibbe Jensen Aaen.


Affiliations
Chairman of the Communist Students 1977-1982. Chairman of the Association of Critical Shareholders from 1998.


Publications
Author of »Hvor dansk er dansk elektronikindustri« (How Danish is the Danish Electronics Industry), Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 1986, »Den danske elektronikbranche« (The Danish Electronics Industry), Centre for Alternative Social Analysis, 1993 (with Lajla Klamer), »Venstrefløjen satte dagsordenen« (The Left-Wing Arranged the Agenda), contribution to the anthology: »Idealisme eller fanatisme« (Idealism or Fanaticism), Forum, 2003, »Forsørgerbyrden – et politisk valg« (The Burden of being a Provider – a Political Choice), Overenskomstkampagnen 2004 and 'Fagligt Ansvar', 2004, »Privatiseringer og udliciteringer i Danmark – gennem 20 år« (Privatisation and Outsourcing in Denmark – over 20 Years), contribution to ther anthology: »Velfærd på aktier« (Welfare as a Limited Company), Fagligt Ansvar, 2004, »De store firmaers magt?« (The Power of the Major Companies?), contribution to the anthology: »Magt.dk - Kritik af magtudredningen« (Power.dk, a Critique of Power Devolvement), 2004, »Pensionsopsparing – fra ØD til frit valg« (Pension Savings – from Economic Democracy to Free Choice), CASA, 2005, (with Henning Hansen), and »Større ulighed« (Greater Inequality), a contribution to the anthology: »Økonomi og samfund 2007« (Economy and Society 2007), Frydenlund, 2006.


The biography is no longer updated from June 19th 2015.

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