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Shingal Anirudh



Dr Anirudh Shingal
World Trade Institute, University of Bern
anirudh.shingal@wti.org
+41 31 631 5592
  • International Economics
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Development

Anirudh Shingal is a Senior Research Fellow at the WTI, Cluster-leader of a Swiss National Science Foundation funded work programme on the impact assessment of trade and part of the Economics faculty on the Masters in International Law & Economics (MILE) programme. A PhD in Economics from the University of Sussex, Anirudh specialises in International Economics, Applied Econometrics and Development.

 

His research on trade in services, government procurement and preferential trade agreements has been published in peer-reviewed journals as well as by the World Bank, the European Commission and the Commonwealth Secretariat. Anirudh is also affiliated with the Centre for the Analysis of Regional Integration at Sussex (CARIS) and has also worked with the World Bank, WTO and the private sector. Anirudh graduated 'summa cum laude' on the MILE Program at the WTI and also holds a Masters degree in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics. His undergraduate degree was in Economics (Honours) from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University.

 

 

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Re-estimating the effects of str ... Re-Estimating the Effects of Str ... Internationalization of Governme ... Services data priorities: trade, ... Colonial Legacy, Services Trade ... Going beyond the 0/1 dummy: Esti ... Gauging procurement policy chang ... Gauging procurement policy chang ... Granting Preferential Market Acc ... Why do countries enter into pref ... Re-estimating the effects of str ... Do WTO+ commitments in services ... Identifying good practices in se ... “Good” practices in LDC/LIC serv ... Going beyond the 0/1 dummy: Esti ... Mögliche Auswirkungen eines Hand ... Potential Impacts of a EU-US Fre ... Econometric analyses of home-bia ... Revisiting the trade effect of s ... The services sector in India's s ... Stricter regulation boosts expor ... Exploring complementarities betw ... Potential Impacts of an EU-US Fr ... Natural Hedging of Exchange Rate ... The Principle of Common Concern ... Are Asian services markets optim ... Trade effects of MRL harmonizati ... Determinants of services trade a ... The Preferential Liberalization ... Göttingen Conference on Preferen ... Why do countries enter into pref ... Growth, convergence and trade: T ... Natural hedging of exchange rate ... ”Natural hedging” of exchange ra ... Exploring foreign market access ... Services growth and convergence: ... Estimating market access in non- ... Reflections on the preferential ... The Potential of Tariff Policy f ... TRIPS and Special & Differential ... Climate Change and International ... NCCR Research in Services Trade ... Reflections on the Preferential ... Services Procurement under the W ... Reflections on the Nature of Pre ... Examining the Impact of Carbon T ...

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