|Leader of the Moderate Party|
|Minister for Finance & Minister of Economics|
1976–1978 and 1979–1981
|Awards||Illis quorum |
|Part of |
Bo Gösta Bohman (15 January 1911 – 12 August 1997) was a Swedish politician and the leader of the Swedish liberal conservative Moderate Party from 1970 to 1981, during a period in which the party strengthened its position in Swedish politics. He served as minister of economics during the three-party centre-right Swedish governments 1976–1978 and 1979–1981. He has since become a model for many Moderate politicians, especially in the Moderate Youth League.
His leadership saw a period of liberalisation of the Moderate policies, a process which continues to this day.
He was known for his love for the
Bohman was awarded the Illis quorum in 1987.
His younger daughter, Mia Bohman, was married to former Prime Minister of Sweden Carl Bildt from 1984 to 1997.
Life before politics
Bohman was the son of the liberal managing director Conrad Bohman from
- ^ Moderaterna: Gösta Bohman Archived 2011-09-27 at the Wayback Machine (in Swedish)
- ^ "Regeringens belöningsmedaljer och regeringens utmärkelse: Professors namn". Regeringskansliet (in Swedish). January 2006. Archived from the original on 2021-11-02. Retrieved 2022-05-18.
- 1911 births
- 1997 deaths
- Leaders of the Moderate Party
- Swedish Ministers for Finance
- Economy ministers of Sweden
- Politicians from Stockholm
- Members of the Riksdag 1970–1973
- Members of the Riksdag 1974–1976
- Members of the Riksdag 1976–1979
- Members of the Riksdag 1979–1982
- Members of the Riksdag 1982–1985
- Members of the Riksdag 1985–1988
- Members of the Riksdag 1988–1991
- Members of the Riksdag from the Moderate Party
- Recipients of the Illis quorum
- Moderate Party politician stubs