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Mr. Bajaj focuses on valuations, tax controversy, and transfer pricing matters, with a particular interest in financial institutions, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices. In addition to his consulting work, he writes about the intersection of economics, finance, and international affairs as a columnist for India’s biggest daily, The Times of India.

Prior to joining Brattle, Mr. Bajaj gained experience as a pathways operations manager intern at Amazon, a transfer pricing consultant at a Big Four accounting firm, and an intern with the United Nations. While studying at Cornell, he was designated as an Emerging Markets Fellow.

Publications
Article
Racism and systemic criminal justice inequities in America
June 14, 2020
Published in The Times of India
Article
Viktor Orbán's Hungarian Carte Blanche: Exploiting Pandemic for Political Ends
April 9, 2020
Published in The Times of India
Article
The rightward shift in American polity and rise of income inequality
March 3, 2020
Published in The Times of India
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The real cause of income inequality in America and the case of CEO compensation
February 13, 2020
Published in The Times of India
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Economic panics are hidden until they are not: The next recession and potential policy responses with Central Bankers' backs against the wall
January 30, 2020
Published in The Times of India
Article
Has Turkey squandered its post-Ottoman Empire national ambition?
September 12, 2018
Published in the Cornell University Feed
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Personal Interests

In his free time, Nitin likes to run and play tennis.