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Prof. Dr. Daniel Werner

Departmental Adviser Department of Interdisciplinary and Innovative Sciences

Graduate School

Prof. Dr. Daniel Werner | Hof University of Applies Sciences

Contact details


Hochschule Hof
Alfons-Goppel-Platz 1
95028 Hof


Campus Hof | Building C | Room CE06

Office hours

by appointment


Economics with focus on Asia/India


Prof. Dr. Daniel Werner studied business administration at the Hof University of Applied Sciences as part of the model project "Study with deepend practice". Prior to that, he completed a vocational training as a state-certified industrial clerk at the company GEALAN Fenster Systeme. He completed his doctorate at the Carl-von-Ossietzky University in Oldenburg at the Chair of International Economic Relations. As part of his doctoral studies, he examined trade relations between Brazil and India as a scholarship holder of the Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst e.V..

After completing his doctorate, he worked for Tognum AG (mtu Friedrichshafen) in the areas of market research and economics.  In 2009, he moved to the Bavarian-Indian Center for Business and Higher Education (BayIND), where he was employed as managing director until 2015. The Bavarian-Indian Center supports and coordinates the India activities of Bavarian universities and universities of applied sciences for the Bavarian State Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts. During this time, he engaged with India's education sector and the country's economy. In 2011, BayIND opened its own office, the Science Office, in Bangalore.  Finally, in 2015, he moved to a professorship at Hof University of Applied Sciences. The teaching area is Economics of Asia / India.

Main topics:

  • Economy of India
  • German companies in India
  • Education in India
  • International trade relations
  • International Management


  • Strategic and Financial Framework
  • Applied Economics and Research on Germany
  • Facts about Germany
  • Investment Analysis
  • Scientific Work
  • General Business Administration
  • Economic Policy