My road in life has taken me all over.
Was born in Bombay (now Mumbai), India, raised in Hong Kong, and later moved to New Jersey as a teenager.
Attended Brown University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in history.
After graduation, he “fell into the job market” and interviewed for a wide variety of positions—ended up working for an investment bank in New York for two years.
Decided to go to Harvard University for business school and earned an MBA.
While trying to decide whether to pursue consulting or banking for his career, he had an epiphany that told him neither was the right choice.
Moved to India for a year to figure things out—when he returned to the U.S., he went back to Harvard University to get his Ph.D. in political economy.
He’s now a professor of finance and law at Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School, respectively.
He’s also a renowned economist with expertise in tax policy, international finance, and corporate finance, and has authored publications on topics like tax policy and globalization.
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