Pranesh is a research fellow within IPPR’s Centre for Economic Justice, focusing on the intersection between environmental and economic justice.
He specialises in analysis of companies and sectors, with particular expertise in quantitative methods. This includes financial microsimulation modelling, policy costings, regression analysis and input-output analysis. He also has experience in public finance and qualitative methods such as surveys.
Before joining IPPR, Pranesh was an economist at HM Treasury where he advised policymakers on the impacts of the pandemic, the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent energy crisis on UK businesses. He started his career as an economist at Defra, working on agricultural policy and the crisis response to Covid-19.
Pranesh holds a BSc in Economics (University of Southampton) and an MSc in International Public Policy (UCL).
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