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Sameer Rege is an independent consultant residing in Luxembourg. He works in the domain of mathematical modelling of economic and financial systems. In economics he specializes in applications of CGE models for policy. He has built a 5-commodity, 9-region sequentially dynamic global model for energy trade and is currently working on a 64-country, 34-commodity global trade model. In addition he has built/modified CGE models for tax reforms besides coupling CGE models with Times-Markal based partial equilibrium models for GHG mitigation in Luxembourg. He has built partial equilibrium and agent based models to analyze energy, and agriculture issues. In the finance domain he has worked on statistical distributions as a measure of risk embodied in daily returns of stocks. His past research and academic affiliations were at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, the University of the Azores, and the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay. He has taught Microeconomics and Managerial Economics to masters and MBA students.

He received his BE (Mechanical Engineering) from the Victoria Jubilee Technical Institute, India, and his PhD in Economics from the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), an advanced research institute set up by the Indian Central Bank, the Reserve Bank of India. He stood in the top 5 at the All India Entrance examination conducted by IGIDR and was awarded the best young faculty award by Amity Business School.

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