Alessandro Bramucci

Alessandro Bramucci holds a PhD in Economics and Management from the University of Urbino and a MA in International Economics from the Berlin School of Economics and Law (HWR Berlin). Between 2017 and 2022, Alessandro has worked on two academic projects at the intersection between macroeconomic research, programming and data analysis based at the HWR Berlin.  Aim of the projects was to teach basic concepts in macroeconomics and economic policy using interactive simulations. Since the summer semester 2023, Alessandro is guest lecturer for economics at the Department of Business and Economics of the HWR Berlin, where he teaches the courses, Macroeconomics: Business Cycle and Employment, International Economics, Quantitative Methods for Economists as well as introductory courses in R and Python.

Selected Publications:

  • Prante, F., Hein, E. and Bramucci, A. (2022), Varieties and interdependencies of demand and growth regimes in finance-dominated capitalism, Review of Keynesian Economics, 10(2), 264-290,
  • Prante, F., Bramucci, A., Hein, E., and Truger, A. (2020), Pluralist macroeconomics – an interactive simulator, International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 11(1), 55-78,
  • Prante, F., Bramucci, A. and Truger, A. (2020), Decades of tight fiscal policy have left the health care system in Italy ill-prepared to fight the COVID-19 outbreak, Intereconomics, 55, 147-152,