Regulatory Economists perform economic and regulatory analyses, prepare testimony, conduct policy analyses, and undertake projects and studies for the Commission’s consideration. A Regulatory Economist works with a team of accountants, engineers, and attorneys to determine the recommended prices, policies or contract terms that a telecommunications, gas, electricity or water company will charge its customers. Regulatory Economists are expected to develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of Maryland’s telecommunications, gas, and water utility sectors, including financial and economic principles, regulatory and industry practices, business operations, legal environment, and customer behavior.
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