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732 Innovation And Transformation In Government Policy with Badri Narayanan @ NITI Aayog

Dr. Badri Narayanan Gopalakrishnan serves NITI Aayog – Government of India, as a Fellow, wherein he headed the verticals of Trade and Commerce, Strategic Economic Dialogue, International Cooperation, and Vision India@2047. Before joining the GoI, he has been an economist working on analyzing a wide range of economic (mainly international trade), disruptive technology, environmental/energy, labor, and public health policies. He has informed the decision-making process in several significant economic policies, such as free trade agreements, technology regulations, etc., through his academic research and consulting/advisory projects. Badri simultaneously holds several affiliations; Affiliate/Courtesy Faculty Member with the University of Washington Seattle, Oregon State University, and Boston College; Non-Resident Senior Fellow with the European Center for International Political Economy, Brussels, National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER) and Center for Social and Economic Progress (formerly Brookings India), New Delhi. He was on the Board of Directors of the British American Business Council. He has consulted with the UN, World Bank, ILO, FAO, WHO, ICRIER, IMF, other international organizations, and government/private bodies worldwide. He has also been engaged with the startup community worldwide as an advisor and co-founder. He founded a consulting firm named “Infinite Sum Modelling” in 2015, with a global presence, with offices in Vancouver, Seattle, Los Angeles, Beijing, Hong Kong, Coimbatore, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, and New Delhi. He has been a consultant to several organizations such as McKinsey, KPMG, PWC, World Bank, UN, ADB, Harvard University, LSE, the Commonwealth Secretariat, etc. He has published over 150 papers and 8 books cited thousands of times in journals as well as popular media (FT, BBC, CNN, WP, The Economist, etc.), in reputed journals such as Nature Communication, Energy Economics, Network and Spatial Economics, Economic Modelling, Applied Economics, Agricultural Economics, etc., and presented his work in over 30 countries across the world, including several times as a Key Note/Plenary Speaker. —



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