Charles L. Trozzo
Charles L. Trozzo rejoined CRA in 1991. His areas of expertise include microeconomics, industrial organization and control, antitrust economics, public utility regulation, econometrics and econometric modeling, public policy analysis, and logistics.
He provides litigation support, developing economic evidence and testimony supporting legal counsel in antitrust, regulation, damages, arbitration, and other cases. He also performs microeconomic and econometric analyses supporting private and public policy and operating decisions relating to metals, nonmetallic minerals, materials, energy, transportation, and communications industries.
From 1976 to 1977, Dr. Trozzo was CRA’s director of Washington, D.C., operations. As such, he directed teams of professional staff economists and subcontractors in contract research projects covering primary and secondary ferrous and nonferrous metals, nonmetallic minerals, bituminous coal, and petroleum. He also developed economic evidence and presented expert testimony in antitrust, contract arbitration, and damages cases.
Dr. Trozzo has also been a senior principal associate at Dymond Associates Inc., a director and officer at Bushnell, Pearsall, and Trozzo, Inc., a senior research scientist and associate professor of economics at The George Washington University, a consultant to the Georgetown University Law Center, and a senior staff economist at the Council of Economic Advisers, Executive Office of the President.