Aaron Rothschild has extensive experience in the financial analysis of regulated utilities, including electric, gas, water, and telecommunications. He has provided expert witness testimony on cost of capital and rate of return throughout the United States. He is developing financial incentive mechanisms to improve the allocation of resources, drive innovation and optimize the effectiveness of policy goals in the energy and utility sectors. A complex systems approach can help implement the flexibility required for innovation while maintaining reliability and cost effectiveness.
He managed the financial business plan evaluation process of telecommunications and undersea cable projects in North America and Asia Pacific for MCI and 360 Networks. He has held management positions in Hong Kong and Chicago, including serving as head of business development position for MCI in Tokyo.
He received an MBA in finance from Vanderbilt University and a BA in mathematics from Clark University.