Anirudh Shingal
Published January 4, 2022

Anirudh Shingal is an associate professor in economics at the S P Jain Institute of Management and Research in Mumbai, India. He’s spent more than a decade in academia and research, and nearly two decades conducting data and policy analysis of international trade and development issues. Shingal can speak to the impact of COVID-19 on the production and trade policies of countries needing critical medical supplies, such as PPE and vaccines. 

He is a senior visiting fellow at the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations in New Delhi, a think tank that informs India’s policy makers on macroeconomics, trade, agriculture, innovation and climate change. Shingal is also a senior program associate at the European University Institute’s Global Governance Programme in Florence, Italy, and a fellow at the University of Bern’s World Trade Institute in Switzerland. Previously, he was a consultant for the World Bank, studying the effectiveness of domestic and international trade agreements. 

His academic work has been published in many journals, including The Journal of Development Studies and The Review of International Economics. He has authored reports for international organizations such as the International Finance Corporation, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the Asian Development Bank. 

Shingal has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Sussex and a master’s in international law and economics from the University of Bern. He has an M.A. and a B.A. in economics from the University of Delhi.

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Pronouns: He/him

Expertise: International trade and development, regional economics in India, trade agreements, supply chains

Location: New Delhi, India


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