Prof. Dr. Jan Werner

Professor of Economics

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Local public finance, development economics, tax morale and fiscal decentralsation

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University in Frankfurt on the Main, Germany, 2002-2006, PhD in Economics, Subject of Thesis: The financing of the local authorities in Germany – future fiscal reforms and methods of resolution in the neighbouring European countries

Georgia State University in Atlanta, United States of America, 2003, Visiting Scholar at the International Studies Program at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University in Frankfurt on the Main, Germany, 1996 – 2001, Diplom-Volkswirt (Master of Economics), Bachelor in Economics and Business Administrations, Subject of Thesis: Taxation principles for the New Economy, Concentration in Public Economics and Social Security Systems, E-Commerce, Logistics and Human Resource Management

Universidad Nacional de Córdoba in Córdoba, Argentina, 1999, Participant in the exchange program between the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University and the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba in Córdoba, Argentina

  • Professor of Economics at the Business and Information Technology School in Iserlohn, Hamburg and Berlin, Germany from 2009 until 2016
  • Lecturer at the FOM Frankfurt in 2016
  • Lecturer at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University in Mosbach and Mannheim, Germany from 2009 until 2012
  • Visiting Professor at the İstanbul Bilgi Universit in Istanbul, Turkey in 2011
  • Lecturer at the Universidad Europea de Madrid in Madrid, Spain in 2010
  • Guest Professor at the Minerve Program at the University of Lyon 2 in Lyon, France in 2005
  • Lecturer at the Minerve Program at the University of Lyon 2 in Lyon, France from 2003 until 2009
  • Research Assistant at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University in Frankfurt on the Main, Germany from 2002 until 2005

He has worked as a consultant for the World Bank, UNDP, the Asian Development Bank, the Forum of Federation as well as the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ / GIZ). Moreover, he has employed for the European Parliament and the Lower House of German Parliament as a scientific employee. Prof. Dr. Jan Werner possesses county experience for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, China, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Germany, Montenegro, Nepal, India, Italy, Pakistan, Philippines, Serbia, Spain, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, and the U.S.A.

A-Monographs

1. Werner, Jan (2008): Das deutsche Gemeindefinanzsystem: Reformvorschläge im Kontext der unterschiedlichen Einnahmenautonomie der lokalen Gebietskörperschaften in Europa, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Peter Lang, page 1-418.

B-Edited volumes

2. Sucky, Eric / Werner, Jan / Kolke, Reinhardt and Niels Biethahn (2016): Mobility in Globalised World 2015, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 13, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 1-257.

3. Sucky, Eric / Werner, Jan / Kolke, Reinhardt and Niels Biethahn (2015): Mobility in Globalised World 2014, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 12, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 1-267.

4. Sucky, Eric / Werner, Jan / Kolke, Reinhardt and Niels Biethahn (2014): Mobility in Globalised World 2013, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 10, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 1-225.

5. Biethahn, Niels / Werner, Jan /  Sucky, Eric and Reinhard Kolke (2013): Mobility in Globalised World 2012, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 9, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 1-265.

6. Werner, Jan / Sucky, Eric / Biethahn, Niels and Grube, Gerd (2012): Mobility in Globalised World, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 6, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 1-188.

C-Publications in scientific journals

7. Werner, Jan (2012): International perspective for a sound intergovernmental finance system in the Philippines in Philippine Review of Economics, Volume 49, Issue 1, page 149-178.

8. Werner Jan (2009): Educational Finance in Western Europe: Some Experience from a Tangled Web in Journal of European Economy, Volume 8, Issue 2, page 126-147 and continued Volume 8, Issue 3, page 256-270.

9. Werner, Jan (2009): Public Administration in the Education Sector: Boon or Bane for Western Europe? in International Public Management Review, Volume 10, Issue 2, page 1-22.

10. Werner, Jan (2009): Fiscal Solidarity: Key Benefits and Pitfalls for Spain to Lower their Fiscal Conflicts in Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research, Volume 1, Issue 2, page 19-34.

11. Werner, Jan (2008): El sistema d’anivellament fiscal alemany: ningú no és profeta a casa seva in Nota d’economia, Volume 92, page 59-78.

12. Werner, Jan / Guihéry, Laurent and Djukic, Ognjen (2006): Fiscal Federalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Ten Years after the Dayton Treatment and Still not in a Steady Condition in Journal of Economic Asymmetries, Volume 3, Issue 2, page 125-148.

13. Torgler, Benno / Werner, Jan (2005): Tax Morale and Fiscal Autonomy: Evidence from Germany in Public Finance and Management, Volume 5, Issue 4, page 423-452.

14. Guihéry, Laurent / Werner, Jan (2005): Les finances publiques en Allemagne – Quelles réformes? in Revue de l’OFCE, Volume 94, page 111-137.

15. Werner, Jan / Xue, Wue (2004): , in 政研究, Volume 5, Issue 7, page 63-65.

16. Werner, Jan (2003): El federalismo Alemán: en Estado de Fluctuación in Zergak Gaceta Tributaria del Pais Vasco, Volume 25, Issue 3, page 81-114.

D-Contributions to books

17. Puja Noshadi and Jan Werner (2016): Ghana’s Petroleum Revenue Management – on the Way to Transparency, Sustainability and Development Orientation in Sucky et al (2016) Mobility in Globalised World 2015, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 13, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 59-67.

18. Sinan Erbektas and Jan Werner (2016): Economic effects of the automotive industry in Turkey in Sucky et al (2016) Mobility in Globalised World 2015, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 13, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 78-82.

19. Jan Werner (2016): Options to support Urban Infrastructure Delivery in South Africa in Sucky et al (2016) Mobility in Globalised World 2015, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 13, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 91-103.

20. Werner, Jan (2016): Mobility in Economics in Sucky et al (2016) Mobility in Globalised World 2015, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 13, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 57-58.

21. Werner, Jan (2015): Mobility in Economics and International Taxation in Sucky et al (2015) Mobility in Globalised World 2014, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 12, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 49-52.

22. van Eeden, Kevin and Werner, Jan (2015): The Middle income trap: old wives’ tale or real danger? Some results from Malaysia, Mexico and Venezuela in Sucky et al (2015) Mobility in Globalised World 2014, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 12, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 85-92

23. Kückelhaus, Lukas and Werner, Jan (2015): Steuerliche Optimierung bei der Vermarktung von Sportpferden  in Sucky et al (2015) Mobility in Globalised World 2014, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 12, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 79-84.

24. Werner, Jan (2014): Revenue Mobility in a Developing Country: An International  Perspective for the Philippines in Sucky et al (2014) Mobility in Globalised World 2013, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 10, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 133-151.

25. Werner, Jan (2014): Mobility in Media and Informatics in Sucky et al (2014) Mobility in Globalised World 2013, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 10, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 65-66.

26. Werner, Jan (2014): Mobility in Economics and Intercultural Economics in Sucky et al (2014) Mobility in Globalised World 2013, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 10, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 115-116.

27. Werner, Jan (2014): The financing of policies in Germany in Leroy, Marc and Orsoni, Gilbert (2014): Le financement des politiques publiques, Brussels / Belgium, Bruylant page 347-369.

28. Werner, Jan (2013): Revenue Mobility in a Transitional Economy: “Casino Royale” in Montenegro and the negative effects towards the local units in Niels Biethahn et al (2013): Mobility in Globalised World, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 8, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 46-56.

29. Werner, Jan (2013): Mobility in Economics and Intercultural Economics in Niels Biethahn et al (2013): Mobility in Globalised World 2012, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 8, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 35-36.

30. Wardesnki, Tim and Werner, Jan (2013): The Mobility of Franchising in Chain Gastronomy in Germany – A brief analysis in Niels Biethahn et al (2013): Mobility in Globalised World 2012, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 8, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 66-75.

31. Werner, Jan (2012): Revenues from National Resource Taxation – both a blessing and a curse in Werner, Jan / Sucky, Eric / Biethahn, Niels and Grube, Gerd (2012): Mobility in Globalised World, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 6, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 45-50.

32. Werner, Jan (2012): Mobility in Econimcs in Werner, Jan / Sucky, Eric / Biethahn, Niels and Grube, Gerd (2012): Mobility in Globalised World, Logistik & Supply Chain Management Issue 6, Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg Press, page 3-4.

32. Werner, Jan (2008): El Modelo de Financiación de los Länder de Alemania: Características Generales y Nivelación Fiscal in Parlamento Vasco (ed.) Federalismo Fiscal y Europa, Vitoria-Gasteiz / Spain, Gráficas Santamaría, page 99-122.

33. Werner, Jan (2008): Fiscal Equalisation and Fiscal Conflicts are Like the Chicken or Egg Question – Which Came First? in Ron Watts and Rupak Chattopadhyay (eds.) Unity in Diversity: Learning From Each Other: Fiscal Federalism – Volume 2, New Delhi / India, Viva Books, page 114-127.

34. Spahn, Paul Bernd / Werner, Jan (2007): Germany at the Junction between Solidarity  and Subsidiarity in Richard Bird und Robert Ebel (ed.), Fiscal Fragmentation in Decentralized Countries: Subsidiarity, Solidarity and Asymmetry, Cheltenham /United Kingdom, Edward Elgar Publishing, page 89-113.

35. Werner, Jan (2006): Local Government Organisation and Finance: Germany in Anwar Shah (ed.), Local Governance in Industrial Countries, Washington / USA, World Bank, page 43-79.

E-Publications in no reviewed economic policy journals or reports

36. Werner, Jan (2012): Fiskalna egalizacija i transparentnost: prednost ili teret za Crnu Goru?, Report prepared for UNDP Montenegro, page 1-13.

37. Werner, Jan (2011): Alter Wein in neuen Schläuchen? Blick über den Tellerrand: Die Gemeindefinanzreform in Frankreich in Der Neue Kämmerer, Volume 7, Issue 4, page 15.

38. Werner, Jan (2010): Vom Kopf auf die Füße stellen – Die Gemeindefinanzkommission sollte die Grundbesteuerung anpacken in Der Neue Kämmerer, Volume 6, Issue 4, page 6.

39. Werner, Jan (2007): Fiskaldezentralisierung, Report prepared for the GTZ, Eschborn / Germany, page 1-19.

40. Werner, Jan / York, Alan (2006): Options for Finance and Grants to Support Municipal Infrastructure Delivery in Ethiopia, Report prepared for the GTZ, Eschborn / Germany, page 1-54.

41. Werner, Jan / Shah, Anwar (2006): Financing of Education: Some Experiences from ten European Countries, ILPF Working paper 02-2006, selected for a World Bank publication in the public sector governance and accountability series, page 1-34.

42. Werner, Jan / Shah, Anwar (2005): Equalisation and Local Taxation in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, ILPF Working paper 02-2005, page 1-21.

43. Ðukiã, Ognjen / Werner, Jan  (2005): Tema broja: Utjecaj uvoznih cijena na odnose razmjene u BiH in Oma Bilten, Volume 1, Issue 4, page 4-6.

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