Rudolf Eberle

Rudolf Eberle (* 29. March 1926 in Steinbach; † 17. November 1984 in Ludwigsburg) was a German political economist and politician (CDU).

After the school attendance Eberle participated as a soldier in the Second World War and came into French war shank. It retrieved later the Abitur, studied philosophy, history and national economy in Freiburg in mash gau, attained a doctorate there to the Dr. rer. pole. and afterwards Freiburg worked as well as at the society for agricultural policy and agrarian sociology in Bonn as a scientific assistant on the university. From 1957 to 1969 it was busy as managing directors at the planning community high Rhine and from 1969 to 1972 as managing directors at the Chamber of Commerce and industrie high Rhine.

Eberle joined the CDU , was from 1962 to 1971 member of the town councillor in Säckingen and 1964 into the federal state parliament of Baden-Wuerttemberg was selected. It became to 8. June 1972 as Ministers for economics, middle class and traffic into the federal state government led of Prime Minister Hans Filbinger appoint and remained also under Prime Minister Lothar Späth in the office. In June 1984 the department was then converted into Ministry for economics, middle class and technology.

Eberle died unexpectedly at a cardiac infarct, whereupon the innovation price for small and middle enterprises in Dr., called by him in the life, was renamed - Rudolf Eberle price. In many municipalities of Baden-Wuerttemberg today designated roads are after it.

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