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Kashyap Arora

Kashyap contributes to multiple labour market-related projects, including identifying links between education systems and LMI, tracking green economy jobs, and assessing provincial and territorial responses to labour and skills shortages.

Prior to joining LMIC, Kashyap collaborated with organizations and academic institutions, including the University of Cambridge, Consider Canada City Alliance and the Centre for Policy Research – a South Asian think tank. He is passionate about further exploring the future of work, financing mechanisms, the green economy, ESG impact analysis and infrastructure development.

Kashyap holds a master’s degree in economics and international financial economics from the University of Warwick and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Delhi.

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