Homburg, Stefan (1961-)

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    • Stefan Homburg (born March 10, 1961) is a German professor of economics. He is director of the Institute of Public Finance at the University of Hannover, Lower Saxony, Germany.

      Homburg studied economics, philosophy, and mathematics. He graduated from Cologne University in 1985, where he also earned his doctoral degree in 1987. Subsequently, he was Professor of Economics at University of Bonn and University of Magdeburg, before he moved to Hannover. Homburg declined outside offers from University of Tübingen and University of Cologne.

      Homburg's research focuses on macroeconomics and public finance. At the age of 23, he co-authored an international bestseller in macroeconomics that was published in seven languages. Other publications address topics in monetary policy, social security, tax law, and business taxation.

      Homburg served as a member of several policy committees, including the Advisory Council at the Federal Ministry of Finance, the Federal Constitutional Commission (Bundesstaatskommission), and the Federal Government's Council for Sustainable Developments (RNE). Between 1999 and 2007, he acted as Dean of Hannover's School of Economics and Management. From 1996 until 2003, he was editor of journals of the German Economic Association (Verein für Socialpolitik).[1]