Charles J. Cicchetti, Ph.D., was a founding member of Pacific Economics Group, Inc. and has been a senior advisor to a major specialized expert services firm and an accounting firm. He has frequently appeared as an expert witness in financial matters, contract disputes, damage analysis, antitrust, patents, and regulatory matters. He has testified more than 250 times before state, provincial, and federal regulatory commissions in the United States and Canada; approximately 50 times in civil, criminal, and arbitration proceedings; and more than 20 times before legislative and federal agency committees.
Dr. Cicchetti has written more than 20 books and more than 80 professional articles, and given more than 100 speeches over his 40-plus-year career. He started and managed three small businesses. He has taught finance courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels, most recently at the University of Southern California. He has advised governments in developing nations with respect to developing power industry, including various ownership methodologies including Build Own Transfer, Build Own Operate and Transfer, and various sales and lease-back arrangements.
Rutgers University Ph.D., Economics, 1969
Colorado College B.A., 1965
US Air Force Academy 1961 - 1964
University of Southern California Adjunct professor, 1991 - 2008 Jeffrey J. Miller Professor in Government, Business, and the Economy, 1998 - 2006
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Deputy director, Energy and Environmental Policy Center, 1987 - 1990
University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies, 1979 - 1986 Associate professor, Economics and Environmental Studies, 1974 - 1979 Visiting associate professor, Economics and Environmental Studies, 1972 - 1974
School of Natural Resources of the University of Michigan Associate lecturer, 1972
Post-Doctoral Research Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C., 1969 - 1972
Rutgers University Instructor, 1968 - 1969
Leo Mohl Award for Best Senior Thesis in Economics, Colorado College, 1965 Kaye Prize for Outstanding Student in Economics, Colorado College, 1965