Melanie Brusseler

Senior Researcher

Melanie Brusseler is a Senior Researcher in macrofinance and industrial planning.

Melanie Brusseler

In collaboration with internal and external partners, she works on understanding and shaping the political economy of decarbonization investment, macro-planning, and broader economic management. On these topics, she focuses on the U.S., Europe, and global economic governance. With others in E3G’s Macrofinance and Macroeconomics cluster, Melanie produces E3G’s regular Transition Report newsletter (subscribe here). Melanie studied global political economy at Penn State and Columbia. She previously worked at the Democracy Collaborative’s Next System Project.

Melanie is an avid reader—of the Financial Times, books, and Twitter. She also loves to cook, take long walks, and practice yoga. She is currently in the process of growing out her bangs.

In collaboration with internal and external partners, she works on understanding and shaping the political economy of decarbonization investment, macro-planning, and broader economic management. On these topics, she focuses on the U.S., Europe, and global economic governance. With others in E3G’s Macrofinance and Macroeconomics cluster, Melanie produces E3G’s regular Transition Report newsletter (subscribe here). Melanie studied global political economy at Penn State and Columbia. She previously worked at the Democracy Collaborative’s Next System Project.

Melanie is an avid reader—of the Financial Times, books, and Twitter. She also loves to cook, take long walks, and practice yoga. She is currently in the process of growing out her bangs.

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