Per Schreiner (14 July 1932 – 28 October 2005) was a Norwegian economist and civil servant.
He was born in Oslo as a son of Fredrik Schreiner (1905–1988) and Signy Rønneberg (1903–1983). He was a grandson of Kristian and Alette Schreiner and a nephew of Johan Schreiner.After finishing his secondary education in 1950, he enrolled at the University of Oslo whence he graduated in with the cand.oecon. degree in 1958. He was then a researcher and assistant at the University of Oslo, the Centraal Planbureau and Stanford University. He was hired as a consultant in the Ministry of Finance in 1963, and was quickly promoted to assistant secretary in 1965 and deputy under-secretary of state in 1971. From 1989 he was again a consultant, before leaving in 1992. He then spent some time studying at Harvard University and working for the consultant company Econ.He was also a board member of Pax Forlag. He died in October 2005 in Oslo.
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