Andri Brenner is a PhD student and researcher in the working group “Economic Growth and Human Development”.
He is interested in global and regional growth models, with a focus on:
- technological progress
- aggregation effects and externalities
- uncertainty and discounting
- distribution and development
Andri studied at the University of Basel and the Free University of Berlin and obtained a Master’s degree in Economics. He worked as a student assistant at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) in the field of urban economics, and supported the Faculty of Empirical Economics at the Free University of Berlin as a teaching assistant in macroeconomics for several years.