Prashanta serves as Consultant to UNDP in Cambodia in the public-private partnership project between UNDP, Grab, and Ministry of Transport focusing on emerging business models and data analytics in urban transport planning. Since 2016, he has been consulting German Development Cooperation on trade policy and regional economic integration in Cambodia and Myanmar.
He also holds Visiting Faculty positions in Economics and Business Strategy at the Royal University of Phnom Penh and the Royal University of Law and Economics. Previously, he worked with the Public Sector and Government Consulting Team of Frost & Sullivan in Malaysia and Standard Chartered Bank in Nepal. He is also a Partner with the Doing Business in Asia Alliance (DBiAA) as well as Warwick & Roger (corporate public affairs advisory firm).
He has an MPP from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. Additionally, he also holds an MBA from Kurukshetra University and an BIM from Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
- Trade Policy
- Private Sector Development
- Investment Promotion
- Public-Private Partnerships
- Smart Cities