Peter Alhadeff, Oxford-educated economist and historian, is a co-founder of Berklee's Music Business/Management major. Since 1992, he has taught Berklee courses in music-business economics, statistics, and e-commerce.
Peter has penned over one hundred music business related articles, including publications by the Recording Academy's Grammy 2000, Grammy Latino, and Billboard. For the last ten years, he has been the associate editor of Músico Pro, a 72-page international magazine with a monthly circulation of about forty thousand. In 1998 he started the ARIA project (Academic and Recording Industry Alliances) with the College Music Society. He has been quoted and interviewed on the future of music by Newsweek, Fox News, WGBH Boston, and New England Cable News. In 1992, he became the first editor of Recording Magazine en Español, part of Music Maker Publications.
Peter has a D.Phil. from the University of Oxford in England and studied economics and quantitative methods as an undergraduate at the University of East Anglia, UK. He was faculty at the Institute of Latin American Studies and King's College, University of London, and taught for the Inter-American Bank at the Di Tella Institute, Argentina, and the University of Buenos Aires. He is author of various articles on economic development published in refereed journals or books, including the St. Antony's/Macmillan Series, Oxford. He wrote Algebra de Vectores y de Matrices (Buenos Aires, 1990).
Alhadeff is a Berklee alumnus and a guitarist, with a diploma from the Guitar Institute of Technology in Hollywood, CA.
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