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Klaus Mohn

An academic in a boiler suit

Klaus Mohn (54) is a happier chap than one would expect from an economist who at times delivers not such happy messages. Also, he is part of a dying race of Homo sapiens who still do their manual labour after office hours.

The new headmaster at the University of Stavanger is a complex man: social, but with the need for solitude, an academic but with a body suited to a boiler suit, stubborn, but also pragmatic. Also, he is from Sandnes, consistently writes Nynorsk – and makes his flies for fly fishing. The latter, proven to be not so financially feasible by the economist.
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