Prof. Dr. Daniel Werner
Prof. Dr. Daniel Werner studied Business Administration at Hof University of Applied Sciences. Beforehand he underwent an apprenticeship at a local company, GEALAN, as an industrial commercial clerk. He did his doctorate at Carl-von-Ossietzky University in Oldenburg at the Chair for International Economics. In course of his doctorate studies, Daniel Werner, studied intensively the trade relations between Brazil and India. He was awarded with a full scholarship by Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst e.V.
After finishing his doctoral thesis, he has worked for Tognum AG (mtu Friedrichshafen) in the fields of market research and economic research. In the year 2009 he assumed his new position as the Managing Director of the Bavarian-Indian Center for Business and University Cooperation (BayIND). The Bavarian-Indian Center supports for the Bavarian State Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, the India-activities of all Bavarian Research Universites and the Bavarian Universities of Applied Sciences. He remained in this position till 2015 and due to his work, he has had the chance to intensively study the Indian Educational System and he has gained insights into the Economic Structures of the country. In 2011 the Bavarian-Indian Centre has opened up an own representation in India, the Science Office, in Bangalore. In 2015 he has received a call for a professorship at Hof University of Applied Sciences. His professorship is in the field of Business Administration and focuses on India.
- Indian Economy
- German Companies in India
- India’s Educational System
- International Trade Relations
- International Management
- Strategic and Financial Framework
- Applied Economics and Research on Germany
- Facts about Germany
- Investment Accounting
- Scientific Writing
- Priniciples of Business Administration and Management
- Economic Policy