Salil is a statistician with more than 17 years of experience, of which a dozen years were on Wall Street, performing proprietary trading and economic research for firms such as Salomon/Citigroup, and Morgan Stanley.
He also served for two years in a leadership role, as the Director of Analytics, in the U.S. Department of the Treasury for the Administrations $700 billion TARP program. Salil is also the former Director of the Policy, Research, and Analysis Department in the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. He completed a graduate degree in mathematical statistics from Harvard. In addition to having lectured on probability and economics at a number of leading universities, Salil has authored academic articles. He currently provides advisory to the heads of several organizations, and he is concurrently a Rutgers graduate statistics adjunct faculty member.
Salil has also been acknowledged by a number of leading publications, such as the National Bureau of Economic Research, American Statistical Association, and The New York Times. He has also completed a statistics and analytics topics book called Statistics Topics, available on Amazon.com. His blog on statistics research, Statistical Ideas, is being followed by more than one central bank and is syllabus-reading materials at several leading universities.
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