Sanjay Varshney is dean of the business school at California State University Sacramento, and principal of Varshney & Associates. He is also "Partner and Principal in an asset management company providing customized portfolio management for high net worth individuals, trusts, pension programs, and corporations".
"Dean Varshney currently serves on the boards of SACTO, Sacramento Metro Chamber, Sacramento Entrepreneurship Academy, and Comstock's Business Magazine" [ http://www.cba.csus.edu/emba/SanjayVarshney.html ]
Varshney "earned an undergraduate degree in Accounting and Financial Management from Bombay University, a Master's degree in Economics from the University of Cincinnati and a doctorate in Finance from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge."; "He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation." 
"Since coming to the United States from India in 1988, Varshney has lived, worked and studied in Chicago and Cincinnati in the Midwest, Syracuse in the East, Baton Rouge in the Deep South, San Francisco, Syracuse again, and, now, Sacramento." 
Varshney and CSUS business school associate Dennis Tootelian came under fire in 2009-2010 for their California Small Business Association-commissioned analysis of likely effects of California's global warming law AB 32. Their analysis only addressed costs, and was panned by environmental economists for that and other flaws.
Articles and resources
- No byline (2005-07-03). Profile: Sanjay Varshney. Sacramento Business Journal. Retrieved on 2011-03-28.
- James L. Sweeney and Matthew E. Kahn (2010-03-24). Opinion: A flawed cost/benefit study of a greener California. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved on 2011-03-28. “The Varshney/Tootelian analysis, often cited by foes of AB 32, overestimates the law's costs by a factor of 10. It also excludes the value of energy savings and neglects the effects of innovation.”
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