About Kash Mansori
Kash founded MINA Economic Consulting, LLC in 2014, and has 20 years of experience working as an economist. He has developed financial policies, analyses, documentation, and successful audit and tax controversy defense for scores of clients both in the United States and abroad. As a consultant, he has provided advice on a range of economic issues including valuation, transfer pricing, financial management, and strategic planning.
Prior to building MINA Economics into a successful consulting practice, Kash worked for major consulting firms including Ernst & Young and Experis Finance, a Manpower Group company. These positions followed his academic career, when he taught economics at Colby College (Waterville, Maine) and pursued research on international trade and finance in both the United States and Europe.
Kash’s expertise has been called upon by continuing education workshops, specialist conferences, and governmental training programs, where he has presented and educated on professional topics such as transfer pricing and valuation methods, regulatory developments, and current best practices.
He is a published author of academic research papers on transfer pricing and other international economic issues, and has been cited as a transfer pricing authority in publications such as Compliance Week and Transfer Pricing Week. He has written extensive economic commentary on subjects related to international trade and finance, capital and currency markets, and macroeconomic issues in prominent publications such as The New Republic, Business Insider, Seeking Alpha, and the Wall Street Journal Online.
Kash received his PhD in economics from Princeton University, after earning a BA in economics and history from Wesleyan University in Middletown Connecticut.