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Vivek Pundir is a strategist and policy wonk. He brings an economist's perspective and rigor to emotional issues, and often analyses the economic aspects of social and human-interest issues. He has worked at The Times of India Group for several years and now advises large global media and telecom companies. Vivek holds an MBA from Emory University and a Masters' in Business Economics from University of Delhi. He works as a strategy consultant and splits his time between London and Singapore. When he's not working, you can find him hiking in the Alps or Carpathians.

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