Mihir has worked across Frontier’s practices, using his quantitative knowledge and understanding of economics to develop reliable solutions for clients.
His recent work includes estimating damages for litigation cases in various sectors and working with policy makers in various countries on issues relating to international capital flows, trade, and water tariffs. Mihir’s work in Frontier’s energy practice includes estimating state aid using power market modelling, and advising utility companies in the UK on regulatory issues.
Mihir is passionate about combining economic tools and creative data analysis to understand and address topical issues related to clean energy, labour markets, climate change, and digital markets regulation.
Mihir joined Frontier in 2019 and holds a MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick.
What was the last book you read?
Crime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky, and Superior by Angela Saini. Both are brilliant.
If you won the lottery, would be the first thing you buy?
A house in London
Which inanimate object do you wish you could eliminate from existence?
Disposable tableware and cups (they’re so wasteful!)